Kourtney Kardashian’s daughter Penelope, 9, posts TikTok video on mom’s account after she's ‘BANNED’ from app
KOURTNEY Kardashian’s daughter Penelope posted a TikTok video from her mother's account after getting banned from the platform.
The nine-year-old reportedly had a secret account before it was disabled for "violating multiple community guidelines."
The youngster resurfaced on her mom's TikTok page, creating a video of her and her cousin North, eight, lipsyncing and dancing to the song Meet Me At Our Spot by THE ANXIETY, Tyler Cole, and Willow.
The duo shared the screen, making hand gestures and pointing at the camera as they jumped around.
Penelope wore a tee-shirt and her long brown hair down, as Kim Kardashian's daughter donned a loose white tee and long dreadlocks.
Kourtney shares her only daughter with ex Scott Disick, along with their sons Mason, 11, and Reign, six.
Prior to Penelope's account being removed, it is believed she previously had a profile named @blah445087 with a bio that read "Kourtney-Penelope" and "account managed by an adult".
Kourtney has not confirmed the legitimacy of the account, but fans shared screenshots of it being followed by Kourtney, Kylie Jenner and Kris Jenner.
Podcast host Amanda Hirsh, who is behind the page @notskinnybutnotfat discovered Penelope's rumored profile on Sunday and shared grabs of her videos.
The account featured videos of sweet "I love you" notes written by Penelope's dad Scott Disick and footage of the youngster making organic matcha.
Hours after Amanda drew attention to the account, it was disabled.
She later apologized for publicizing the videos to her 400,000 followers as it's believed her videos led to the account being disabled.
TikTok is for ages 13 and over, whereas Penelope is nine years old.
There is a "TikTok for Younger Users" which is for people under the age of 13, according to the popular app's guardian guidelines.
A user lying about their age to post on normal TikTok can lead to them being banned.
The platform wrote: "If we learn that a person under the age of 13 is using or posting content on TikTok without using TikTok for Younger Users, they will be removed."
This is not the first time Kourtney's kids have made headlines with their social media activity.
Last May, her oldest son Mason was removed from Instagram for sharing Kardashian secrets and TikTok for waving wads of cash.
He posed with $100 bills with her fiance Travis Barker's son Landon, 15, in a video that was swiftly removed from TikTok as Mason is under 13.
Since then Kourt, 42, and Scott, 38, clamped down, deleting his Instagram page too – on which he'd claimed Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott weren't dating after being asked by a fan.
The KUWTK star said: "I did delete it because Scott and I just felt like he isn't… he's 10 [at the time]!
"I think on Instagram the thing that really worries me with kids is comments. People can be so mean."
Mason himself spoke out about his Instagram account cull, and said to his young fans: “It got deleted because I was too young, because I went viral.
“I would have had 2.7 million [followers] by now if I kept it up.”
BAD MOM CLAIMS
Kourtney was recently called out for "never" spending time with her kids after posting pics from her family Mexican getaway to celebrate Travis' 46th birthday.
In one post, the Poosh founder called the Blink-182 drummer her "everything" and fans were not too happy about how this might make her kids feel.
Kourtney captioned the post: "I f**king love you more than anything. My favorite everything.
"Happy birthday to you my baby!”
However, fans were alarmed by the message as they worried that the TV star was neglecting her children.
One upset fan commented: “Love ya kids more than anything baby girl. Men are temporary”
Another agreed: “Awkward someone should probably remind her she has kids…”
“More than anything? Your favorite everything? As a mother, I can’t imagine loving anything more than my children," a third reasoned.
Others told her that her three children should be her “priority” and that she shouldn’t “love him more than [her] kids.”
The mom-of-three was also previously accused of "snubbing" her children and focusing solely on her engagement.
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