Ex-Nomads bikie boss Moudi Tajjour has vowed to confront Kyle Sandilands over his controversial ‘joke’ about Virgin Mary, saying the comments were worse than murder.
The convicted killer unleashed on the KIIS FM radio host on his Can’t Fight Fate podcast, even though Sandilands is close friends with Tajjour’s cousin, former Sydney nightclub owner John Ibrahim.
Tajjour was furious over a segment in which Sandilands said the Virgin Mary wasn’t actually a virgin, and had fallen pregnant ‘behind a camel shed’, which sparked protests outside the radio station and prompted the co-host to flee to LA.
The Muslim former Nomads boss accused Sandilands of disrespecting his religion, and said he would bring the issue up and livestream it if he sees him in the street.
‘I promise you now Kyle, if I see you in the street – I’m not making threats – but whatever action I take, whether it’s with a smile, whether it’s verbal, whether it’s with a bitch slap, I’m putting it all on my Instagram bro,’ Tajjour said.
‘I got a split personality, I might b**ch slap him, I might walk up to Kyle and say “come here you f***ing dog”.
‘I don’t know how I’m going to handle the situation, so I can’t say exactly (what I will do) but it’s going to be on my Instagram live.
Tajjour vowed to go to Bondi Beach to track down Sandilands, called for him to be sacked, and explained why he found the comments offensive in a long profanity-filled rant.
Let me address something… he [Sandilands] disrespected the religion,’ Tajjour said.
‘He disrespected Mary, even though I’m not Christian, people don’t realise Mary is a part of ad-Din, Jesus is a part of ad-Din.
‘He’s disrespected my religion not just the Christians … [he] degraded Mary and degraded Jesus.
But Tajjour said he doesn’t want an apology from Sandilands because he is a ‘coward with no backbone’.
He claimed that Sandilands saying sorry would be akin to killing someone’s family member and then apologising straight after.
‘If he was in a Muslim country right now he’d be f***ing paraded through the village and hung,’ Tajjour proclaimed.
Earlier this month, Sandilands, 48, outraged Christian and Muslim groups with his comments.
‘Someone chock-a-blocked (Mary) behind the camel shed… You might believe everything that’s written down 2,000 years ago to be absolutely accurate and good on you, you’re dumb. Dumb as dog s**t.’
After issuing a statement through his PR team and apologising for a second time when confronted by paparazzi outside his Los Angeles home last week, Kyle addressed his listeners directly for the first time on Monday.
‘I didn’t realise the gravity of it. I upset a lot of people… Even friends of mine were like, “Bro how could you say something so dumb like that?”,’ Sandilands said.