Ex-Nomads boss Moudi Tajjour has resurfaced on TikTok to mock Mongolian rivals

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Former Nomads biker boss Moudi Tajjour has explosively mocked the Mongol leader on social media just six weeks after he was brutally beaten in a public car park.

Tajjour mocked Mongolian national president Nick “The Knife” Forbes in a video posted on TikTok.

“These guys aren’t real gangsters – they’re not a threat to me – and I challenge them,” he explained.

“Take me out for what I said. Go on.

“I know you’re watching Nick, I know you’re watching. By the end of the damn year you’ll know my voice better than your own missus, I promise you that.

Because I call you a dog and a junkie. You have to do something, Nicky.

“I’m back in my old place (in Parramatta). What excuse do you have now Nick? You can’t say “I’m not from Sydney, I don’t know where he is”, I just told you where I live.

“Take me out for what I said, move on. I know you want Nick, I know you want it.’

Ex-Nomads biker boss Moudi Tajjour has explosively mocked the Mongol leader on social media just six weeks after he was beaten and humiliated in a public car park

Ex-Nomads biker boss Moudi Tajjour has explosively mocked the Mongol leader on social media just six weeks after he was beaten and humiliated in a public car park

Moudi Tajjour, former Nomads bike boss-turned-influencer, threatened his enemies after he was allegedly punched and kicked in a Gold Coast Bunnings parking lot

Moudi Tajjour, former Nomads bike boss-turned-influencer, threatened his enemies after he was allegedly punched and kicked in a Gold Coast Bunnings parking lot

A dazed Tajjour, his shirt off and red from the alleged attack, mounts as the men retreat in the Nerang Bunnings parking lot on the Gold Coast

A dazed Tajjour, his shirt off and red from the alleged attack, mounts as the men retreat in the Nerang Bunnings parking lot on the Gold Coast

Since leaving the Nomads in 2019, Taijour has built a following on TikTok and Instagram, where he presents a striking image and talks about life as a biker

Since leaving the Nomads in 2019, Taijour has built a following on TikTok and Instagram, where he presents a striking image and talks about life as a biker

The video comes just weeks after Taijour was beaten by four heavily tattooed men outside of Bunnings on the Gold Coast on December 4.

There is no indication that Forbes was involved.

In videos taken at the scene, Taijour is stripped of his shirt and four men take turns dragging, kicking, hitting and trampling on him.

The convicted 38-year-old former biker chief was left curled up on the tarmac when his attackers yelled: “Where’s your podcast now, dog!”

Taijour claimed he was attacked out of the blue and hit from behind by a “steroid head”.

“I was shagging on my phone, I looked up and got shot by a dog,” he said after the incident.

Harley Cranston, 31, has been charged with assault.

In the video, Taijour said police officers were sent to his home after the incident.

He said police officers told him the Mongols wanted him to know that Cranston had acted “without the knowledge of his club”.

“Listen, I don’t want to hear it, I’m not coming after you – I swear on the Koran,” he said.

“You don’t have to move or anything. You wanted me to come alive… well I’ve gone live now.’

Taijour claimed Mongol bikes were called after a confrontation between him and Cranston at a boat ramp.

“I couldn’t pick up; I’d rather be beaten up,’ he said.

“I can’t answer, brother. Running is not a scenario for me. I put my phone down, I tried to avoid them, I looked over and saw that they were all looking at me.

“I thought I’ll try to get out of this situation, I don’t want to escalate it to a level where it gets very ugly. And it did.

“If there’s one thing I’ve learned in prison for beating up so many people, it’s how to cover up.

“I could have easily messaged the Nomads or any other crew, I won’t name their names.

“Hopefully some Mongolians are watching and can message me anytime. And as I’ve told you many times, I’ll share my location.’

Since leaving the Nomads in 2019, Taijour has built a following on TikTok and Instagram, where he presents a striking image and talks about life as a biker.

Immediately after the bashing, Tajjour swore revenge but retracted the threats two days later.

“As for me, the Mongolian club is under my shoe,” Taijour said.

Mongolian national president Nick Forbes (right) was challenged by Moud Taijour on social media

Mongolian national president Nick Forbes (right) was challenged by Moud Taijour on social media

“These guys are punchers, they’re blues and [they] Hit the pubs. These guys aren’t real gangsters. They are no threat to me and I challenge them.

In the sometimes erratic clip, Taijour bizarrely claimed that Forbes “will know my voice better than you know your own wife by the end of the year.”

So far, one man, Harley Cranston of Park Ridge, 31, has appeared in court on altercations related to Taijour’s alleged assault.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11672487/Ex-Nomads-boss-Moudi-Tajjour-emerged-TikTok-taunt-Mongol-rivals.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 Ex-Nomads boss Moudi Tajjour has resurfaced on TikTok to mock Mongolian rivals



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