I’ve had a long-lasting celebrity crush on Jason Momoa for years. If you don’t know who Jason Momoa is, I have two things to say to you: 1) Where have you been hiding? 2) Enter “Jason Momoa pictures” in any search engine and enjoy. Also, you’re welcome! To say he is good-looking would be a tragic understatement, in my opinion. He’s also extremely fit and a successful actor, writer, film producer, director and model. However, I’m attracted to him for different reasons.
He seems like a great guy, a gentleman who would open the door for me. Now, I understand that a public persona is not the best way to judge a person, but I can’t seem to stop myself. He has posted on social media about his close relationship with his stepdaughter Zoe Kravitz. They even have matching tattoos!
Additionally, there doesn’t appear to be any animosity between Jason and Zoe’s father, Lenny Kravitz (. This past week, Jason posted a picture of him and Lenny wearing matching skull rings. He wrote,
“I’m a huge fan of the artists I meet on instagram love spreading the aloha. I got @lennykravitz a present made by @leroyswoodentattoos amazing bone skull ring. Check him out insta. Mahalo lenny for coming to support me on @nbcsnl aloha,”
In interviews, Jason has talked candidly about his wife, Lisa Bonet. He has revealed he was attracted to her from a young age, when he saw her on television. What’s more, he divulged how and when he knew she was “the one”. Did I mention that she is twelve years older than him?
I have also seen several images of Jason with his children; daughter Lola, 11, and son, Nakoa-Wolf, 9. My favorite has to be the video of Jason and his children performing a Haka dance at the premiere of “Aquaman”. I loved seeing his daughter Lola in a dress, dwarfed by the massive fellas around her, participating without a second thought. In fact, her presence was neither questioned nor acknowledged, just as it should be as far as I’m concerned. (Here is the link to his YouTube channel. The dance begins around the 1:53 mark.
Truth be told, I’m probably not in love with Jason Momoa. I clearly state for the record that I am married to, and deeply in love with, a very incredible man who also happens to be sensitive, yet manly, all at once. Now that I think about it, I’m finally beginning to understand how my crush began. Jason, if you’re ever in town, I would love for the three of us to get together……for a beer (get your mind out of the gutter). I’ll even buy!
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