Mason Disick is a fountain of Kardashian family secrets, and he might not be shy about spilling the tea.
According to a very popular social media theory, Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian's 12-year-old son is behind the – @itzangel_j – Instagram account. Just last week, the account began answering questions about the Kardashian-Jenner family, supposedly revealing some juicy gossip.
After a fan asked if Kim Kardashian and boyfriend Pete Davidson were going to have a child together, whoever runs the account said, "Yes! They want a baby together via surrogate but they want to get married first." It also added, "Kim got proposed by Pete last week and she said its not the time yet but wants a kid with next year."
The alleged Mason-led account also said Khloe is back with her not-always-faithful off-and-on boyfriend Tristan Thompson, and she's also going to have a baby via surrogate "soon."
The account, by the way, added that Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott got engaged a month ago, and further claimed she intentionally had her most recent baby on 2/2/2022 intentionally. Kylie, the account alleged, "wasn't due until two weeks later but she wanted that date."
Another claim: Kris Jenner is secretly engaged to longtime boyfriend Corey Gamble.
The Instagram account also said Kendall Jenner was involved in a "lots of drama with Selena [Gomez] and Hailey [Bieber] and it got really bad."
Mason has previously expressed interest in being on social media. Back in 2020 he went viral after starting Instagram and TikTok accounts. He even went live on Instagram at the time and started spilling family secrets. Shortly after, Kourtney and Scott shut it down, saying he was "too young."
Not one to take the loss easily, Mason then started another TikTok account.
"I went viral," he said in the second account. "I would've had 2.7 mil [followers] by now if I kept it up."
In the alleged new account, Mason blamed Kim for shutting down his old account, even saying she is "paying" Instagram to "ban" all of his accounts.
"I know I'm really not suppose [sic] to say this… but I'm so tired of never being able to say ANYTHING," the mystery account said.