Nomads bikie president Moudi Tajjour has publicly slammed former Hells Angel enforcer Ben ‘Notorious’ Geppert for backing down from a fight.
Moudi Tajjour – who is nightclub baron John Ibrahim’s cousin – blasted Geppert for being ‘a disgrace to the gangster lifestyle’.
Footage emerged on Friday of five unknown men trying to taunt a disinterested Geppert into brawling with them at a shopping centre.
‘I’m not going to jail over you,’ Geppert said while walking away.
The ‘reformed’ bikie later said he was serving a suspended jail sentence for a brawl last year, and would likely end up behind bars for three years if he broke the law.
Nomads president Moudi Tajjour slammed ex Hells Angel enforcer Ben ‘Notorious’ Geppert for backing down from a fight
The group of men filmed themselves swearing at the reformed bikie, while calling him a ‘p**sy dog’
‘Ya dog, ya dog, ya dog c**t,’ they yelled out. ‘Why don’t you fight me, dog?’
‘You wanna come one-on-one, why you running off? Ya fu**in’ snake dog’.
And it seems that Geppert’s now-arch-nemesis Tajjour agreed with the men – posting an expletive-filled rant on Instagram about his former mate.
While Tajjour and Geppert were members of rival bikie gangs, they were friends until Thursday night.
The pair had partied together in Sydney and even hosted a joint podcast where they spoke about staying out of trouble and being ‘legitimate’.
But on Friday, Tajjour publicly announced he was unfollowing and distancing himself from Geppert.
‘Blocked him and want (the) entire world to see I stand with only men who won’t ever be called out face-to-face and walk away away,’ he said.
‘This is a disgrace to a gangster lifestyle’.
Geppert and his girlfriend Allaina Vader (also known as Jones) have been dating on and off for four years
‘I’m not going to jail over you,’ Geppert said while walking away from five men who tried to fight him at a shopping centre on Thursday
The former Hells Angel bikie is currently on a three-year suspended jail sentence for a brawl last year, and will be sent behind bars if he breaks the law again
‘I don’t stand with this bloke anymore. At the end of the day, I ain’t someone to start bagging someone online ain’t my style’.
‘This post is to simply distance myself from this sort of character’.
Geppert then used his Instagram account to hit back using a stream of foul language, claiming the two never genuine friends.
‘Moudi, grow up, you were my mate five minutes ago – and now you’re bridging up, because of a video?
‘I was never your mate I used you.
‘I used Moudi for his f**king podcast, I was never his mate – I just used him for media attention, and it worked, simple … it’s what I do, it’s a hustle’.
Tajjour (pictured) and Geppert were friends until Thursday night. Tajjour said he took issue with his former ally for standing down when challenged in public
He went on to say that his critics were trying to destroy his reputation.
‘I just want you to know that I’ve changed my life around for a reason – I’ve f**ked all this street s**t off, I’ve f**ked all these gronks off’.
He continued by saying he had started his own clothing company, and the negative attention would only boost his sales.
‘What makes you think I’m going to waste all my hard-earned money and time into this business by going to jail,’ he said.
‘I’m on a six year suspended sentence, you do the math, punching on again in public like i did with the KFC fight – it’s going to put me in jail for three years,’ he said.
‘I’m in the clothing business now, it ain’t about that s**t’.
Despite Geppert’s refusal to engage with the group of unknown men, he hasn’t shied away from public fights in the past.
In May last year, Geppert made headlines when his girlfriend Allaina Vader filmed him brawling with another man outside a KFC restaurant in in Brisbane.
Geppert was seen charging across a car park as a female accomplice screamed, ‘it’s your turn now, idiot!’
In May last year, Geppert made headlines when his girlfriend Allaina Vader (right) filmed him brawling with another man outside a KFC restaurant in in Brisbane
The pair scuffled and swore at one another until the second man toppled into a white Range Rover.
The camerawoman taunted Geppert’s nemesis by yelling ‘suck s**t’ but also tried to defuse the incident by warning police would be on their way.
However in April this year, the infamous bikie announced he was turning over a new leaf to earn an honest living as hard-working tradesman.
He took to Instagram to tell his 11,000 followers that he was ditching his ‘gangster life’ and has a new job.
But he seems to have ditched his bad boy ways, posting a photo of himself in hi-vis gear to the picture-sharing app.
‘Went from enforcer to the work force,’ the heavily-tattooed tradie captioned a photo of him wearing hi-vis gear.
‘Took control of my life, grew up and understood there ain’t (sic) no life being a gangster’.
However in April this year, the infamous bikie announced he was turning over a new leaf to earn an honest living as hard-working tradesman