Moudi Tajjour Is Now On Tiktok

Moudi Tajjour is now on TikTok and already has thousands of people following him. Currently, 61.9k followers are on the platform. 

The ex-bikie boss has turned around his life after deciding to quit being national president of the Nomads in 2019. He even asked other youngsters thinking of becoming someone like him to quiet their thinking because life is not as expected. 

Moudi Tajjour Talks About The Change. Source: @7NewsSydney/ twitter
Moudi Tajjour Talks About The Change. Source: @7NewsSydney/ twitter

He added that one has to worry over death every day because no one knows which enemy would kill them at what time. Thus, he decided to let go of his previous lifestyle and start fresh. 

Now, he also has a YouTube channel, and a streetwear clothing line that he insists is the result of his work that is not illegal. Although law enforcement found it hard to believe that he would fund his new life using clean money, he had insisted on the fact.

Details About Moudi Tajjour Brother Simon Tajjour 

Moudi Tajjour is the brother of Simon Tajjour. Simon is currently in jail, serving his jail sentence for a multimillion-dollar drug and tobacco smuggling ring case.

Moudi Tajjour Was A Ex-Bikie.
Moudi Tajjour Was A Ex-Bikie.

The details of his crime are not further explained. Likewise, netizens are unaware of how many years of jail sentence he had been given. But, it seems he is in prison for now. 

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Where Is Moudi Tajjour Today?

Moudi Tajjour is now living a new life while being an influencer on social media. He even has a child now. Although he is single, he seems to love spending time with his son, whom he gets to visit once in a while. 

Moudi Tajjour With His Son. Source: @cant__fight__fate/ Instagram
Moudi Tajjour With His Son. Source: @cant__fight__fate/ Instagram

He usually shares his outing with his child in the videos he posts online. He also shared about his previous life and encouraged the young generation to not follow in his footsteps or become a bikie gang members.