Ex-bikie gangster rapper John ‘Big Kash’ Lavulo has unleashed a savage attack on former Nomads boss Moudi Tajjour in an offensive outburst too dirty to publish.
In a brutal three-minute YouTube video, heavily tattooed 35-year-old Big Kash made wild transphobic and homophobic claims about Tajjour, the former underworld enforcer.
Big Kash, who survived a 2020 assassination attempt in western Sydney while driving his Mercedes, unloaded on the former bikie-turned-TikTok star in a video posted Tuesday night.
Most of the comments can’t be repeated, but Lavulo said he was hitting it off after Tajjour took offense to another video that the rapper claimed wasn’t directed at him.
In response, Tajjour is said to have irritated the rapper by making comments about the bikie-turned-muse’s ex-girlfriend, triggering Big Kash’s vicious attack.
“He’s the only guy I know who’s turning 40 and would do anything for fame,” Lavulo said in the video.
‘What kind of man are you? Do you have companions? You have friends?
Ex-bikie rapper John ‘Big Kash’ Lavulo (with his girlfriend, Amelia, who was in the car when he was shot in 2020) has unleashed a savage attack on former Nomads boss Moudi Tajjour.
In the YouTube video, Big Kash made wild transphobic and homophobic claims about former underworld enforcer Moudi Tajjour (pictured with his newlywed wife, Jenna Bignell).
‘I haven’t had any problems with this guy, but he’s talking about my ex about something from a month ago. She sent me the video.
‘I never had a problem with you. Why were you angry? A post from before? She wasn’t talking about you.
But then he makes his outrageous allegations about the reformed biker, who was ambushed by rival Mongolian bikers in a Bunnings Gold Coast parking lot last December.
Daily Mail Australia cannot repeat many of the allegations, but Lavulo also claims that the twice-married Tajjour is false and a “disgrace” to his family.
However, on Wednesday, convicted murderer Tajjour, 38, laughed off the vile video, telling Daily Mail Australia: “He’s just a tough guy with an iPhone, he would never tell me to my face.”
Lavulo’s tirade continued: ‘You sit there talking all this shit on TikTok getting rich playing gangsters to civilians on TikTok.
‘Why don’t you do it with real gangsters on the street? They know you’re a fucking dud. Your cousins don’t even talk to you because look how you behave.’
Lavulo said Bunnings’ attack on Tajjour in Nerang was sparked by his earlier comments, mocking video of Tajjour moaning as he was kicked and punched.
Heartbreaking footage captured the moment a shirtless Tajjour huddled on the asphalt as one of his attackers yelled, “Where’s your podcast now, dog?”
The rapper mocked the way Moudi Tajjour was ambushed in a Gold Coast Bunnings parking lot (pictured)
John Big Kash Lavulo (pictured) tells Moudi Tajjour to stop talking about him, insisting that his own bikie gangster days are behind him.
Added Big Kash: “You went on the podcast and told everyone, ‘Oh, it was just me and 10 guys, I’ve got to have a crack…”
‘But bang, you go to the Gold Coast and the rules are different there with those guys. They don’t care about Arabs.
‘So you went there and you started something and you got kicked out. When you get kicked in the stomach, all you can hear is you go unhhh unhh…’
‘Where was the gangster then? Where was the gangster then?
‘But then you’re still on TikTok, making your arms like this and saying, ‘I’m a handsome motherfucker!’ They took the shit out of you, bro…’
He tells Tajjour to stop talking about him and insists that his own bikie gangster days are behind him.
“Don’t mention me,” Lavulo said. I’m not in the game anymore. I’m doing my thing.
“I don’t need any of these little internet dramas. Don’t give me this ‘reunion’ bullshit. What happened when they ran into you at GC?
I can’t take you seriously. Leave it online because you are the king of online.
“And if you’re going to talk nonsense about people, make sure no one knows anything about your personal life.”
Since burning the Nomads colors and leaving the club several years ago, Tajjour has become a cult figure on social media, engaging in verbal battles with actual and potential gangsters.
He told Daily Mail Australia on Wednesday that he couldn’t take Big Kash seriously, saying the rapper was bitter that Tajjour claimed to have dated his partner.
“He’s just a little crybaby,” said Tajjour, who has 58,000 followers on Instagram. He’s upset that I called him out for being a rat.
“I told him that whenever he wants, we can arrange a face to face and he can tell me to my face like he did in his video.
“He’s extremely tough behind a phone screen, he’s a kitty to be honest.” He would never meet me.
Tajjour in the late 1990s was the youngest recruit of the Nomads joining the Sydney chapter of the biker gang when he was just 15 years old.
He and his brother, Sleiman, spent four years behind bars after being convicted of the manslaughter of Robin Nassour, the younger brother of Fat Pizza star George Nassour, in 2006.
Sleiman is still the national president of the Nomads motorcycle gang.
Tajjour moved from Sydney to the Gold Coast earlier this year to be closer to his son Gabriel, whose mother, Ashleigh Gudgeon, worked as a manager at a cafe he owned.
In 2017, he was briefly married to Sanaa Mehajer, the sister of disgraced property developer Salim Mehajer, but has since married his new wife, Jenna Bignell.
In 2017, Moudi Tajjour was briefly married to Sanaa Mehajer, the sister of disgraced property developer Salim Mehajer.
John ‘Big Kash’ Lavulo survived a 2020 assassination attempt in western Sydney while driving his Mercedes and was shot in the arm and shoulder (pictured in his hospital bed)
Lavullo, who has 22,000 followers on YouTube, was allegedly attacked by a gunman in August 2020 after he got into a social media dispute with another rapper.
He received a bullet in the arm and another in the shoulder in the attack, but managed to drive to the hospital with his uninjured girlfriend in the passenger seat and underwent several operations.
He previously said that he had made his move into music after becoming disillusioned with motorcycle gangs.
“I got to a certain point where I felt like I was wasting my life,” Lavulo added.
‘An old Hells Angels teammate of mine, Tyrone Slemnik, was shot and killed and you see things differently.
“When lives are lost, it’s a different story than it’s supposed to be.”