She's back! One day after Penelope Disick's secret TikTok account was disabled for "multiple Community Guidelines violations," the social media company has reinstated it.
Over the weekend, fans were alerted to an account under the name @blah445087, which was said to be manned by Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick's 9-year-old daughter. The bio of the account read, "Kourtney-Penelope" and "account managed by an adult."
As several media outlets and blogs made note of the page, thousands of TikTokers followed the account. However, Page Six reported on Nov. 22 that the account was shut down, likely due to TikTok's policy that users must be at least 13 years old to join. On Nov. 23, the same outlet confirmed that the TikTok is back up and running, but with some small changes — The new account now goes by the name @pandkourt, but the bio still says it's "managed by an adult." There was a request to get 61,000 followers, a number that was quickly reached after reinstatement.
The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" alums never confirmed the initial page belonged to their daughter, but followers of the account included Kourtney, Kris Jenner and Kylie Jenner. A recent TikTok post showed Penelope making hot chocolate with her mom — which Kourtney also posted to her own Instagram Story.
Kourtney and Scott have dealt with social media shenanigans from their children before. Last year, their 11-year-old son, Mason, 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."
"He didn't ask us," Kourtney later said.
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."
Again, Kourtney and Scott deleted the account.