RATHER than try to keep up with the Kardashians, Mason Disick maintains a low profile.
The eldest child of Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian made a rare appearance on Instagram over the weekend while spending time with his dad and BFF.
Scott, 38, snapped a photo of his son sitting across from him at a table on an outdoor deck.
There were drinks and small plates between them.
Mason, 11, smiled in his father's direction. The caption read: "Just chillin with my best friend."
It's unclear if siblings Penelope, nine, and Reign, six, were also in attendance. It appeared to be a one-on-one outing.
Mason's younger siblings feature far more prominently on both their mother and father's Instagram accounts.
Neither the Kardashians nor Scott has ever addressed Mason's social media absence.
Mason is clearly not anti-social media, as the youngster previously started an account of his own.
In 2020, mom Kourtney revealed she shut down an account her son created for himself.
She said that she and Scott were in agreement about Mason being too young for the platform.
Kourtney explained: "I did delete it because Scott and I just felt like he isn't…he's 10!"
She continued: "I think on Instagram the thing that really worries me with kids is comments.
"People can be so mean."
Mason also addressed the incident, saying: "It got deleted because I was too young, because I went viral.
"I would have has 2.7 million [followers] by now if I kept it up."
Around the same time Mason's Instagram account was removed from the platform, the heir to the Disick throne made his Tiktok debut.
He did not create an account of his own, but appeared in a video alongside Travis Scott's son Landon.
The pair appeared in the video wearing black hoodies and dancing with fists full of money.
Animal by Stunna 4 Vegas and DaBaby played over the clip.
The video was first posted in February 2020, but was deleted because Mason was only 10 at the time and TikTok users must be at least 13.
It began recirculating again in May.
Mason's cousin, North West, has a private TikTok account on which she does dances with family members, including mom Kim Kardashian.
Speaking with ET Online at the Vanity Fair Oscars Party early last year, the KKW Beauty founder said: "North has a private TikTok account, so we do lots of TikToks together, and she puts them in drafts.
"She's not allowed to post them, but we have a lot of TikToks."
Mason's return to social media comes amid an alleged feud between his famous parents and other family members following Kourtney's public engagement to Travis Barker.
Scott feels "betrayed" by Khloe Kardashian in particular following the proposal.
The Talentless founder, who was at one time close with Khloe, feels he deserved a heads up about the incoming change in Kourtney and Travis' relationship status.
A source exclusively told HollywoodLife: "Khloe and Kris knew that Travis was going to ask Kourtney to marry him and they could've prepared him for the news.
"Instead, they pretended that they didn't know anything and kept him in the dark.
"He doesn't know if he can ever forgive them for this."
The source went on to reveal: "Scott has been there for Khloe through all of her darkest times and he would always stick up for her whenever anyone came for her.
"She always made him believe that she was his sister and that there was nothing she wouldn't do for him."
"LOVE CONQUERS ALL THINGS"
Instead of sticking by Scott's side, Khloe shared several congratulatory messages for Kourtney and Travis, 45.
She posted a photo of the engagement on her Instagram page, adding the caption: "LOVE conquers all things."
Khloe also wrote a long Instagram comment on Kourtney's post, gushing: "I'm so happy for you my beautiful sweet sister!
"You deserve every kiss. Every ounce of love. Every happy thought. You deserve every single second of this! I love you and I love you!"
IT'S 'OFFICIALLY' OVER
Immediately after the engagement news broke, a source told The Sun that Scott "always believed they'd get back together."
The sudden news of their engagement rocked his world, leaving him feeling like he "officially lost her."
An insider revealed: "Scott knew the engagement was coming because Kourtney indicated that the relationship was serious, but it hasn't stopped him from feeling rejected, like he's officially lost her.
"He has always hoped they would reunite and get back together but is now having to come to terms with the fact that's never going to happen.
"He felt she'd come around eventually and he'd just fill his time with young women, dating and having fun, until she was ready to get serious."
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