Jason Momoa Talks Being A Father On Father's Day — Watch Video With His Kids And Lisa Bonet
At 6'4, Jason Momoa is one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. He also has the biggest heart when it comes to his family. On Father's Day, Jason Momoa uploaded a video to his official YouTube channel that he directed called Where The Wild Stomped In. The video is about him rebuilding a Harley Davidson, but that isn't what the whole video is about. It's about creating memories with his family while living his dream of rebuilding a Harley Davidson from scratch.
Making this a family affair, not only did Jason release his movie that discussed the project, but he also shared some heartfelt sentiments regarding the way he feels about his wife, Lisa Bonet, and children.
He shared the following comments on his Instagram account.
"Tomorrow is one of my favourite days of the year. But you don’t have to be a father to be a father figure. A lot of uncles and dads and friends have inspired me to be the man I am today. Most importantly MY MOTHER who carried both roles and raised an only child by herself So to all those superhero single parents out there. All my aloha and respect And to my amazing wife mahalo nui loa for making me a papa. I love you. Aloha j #WHENTHEWILDSTOMPEDIN #fathersday."
You may watch the full video with Jason Momoa, Lisa Bonet, and their children Lola Iolani and Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha Momoa in the player below.
Jason's video has gone viral and his fans and followers loved it. The official YouTube video has 78,000 views and his Instagram post featuring the video has more than 496,000 likes and over 1,000 comments.
The official Harley Davidson YouTube account responded to Jason Momoa's video and indicated there will be a collaboration coming.
Harley Davidson posted the following.
"So rad. It's all about the bonds that are created on two wheels. Can't wait to collaborate with you on the road ahead. 🤙."
Jason Momoa is currently filming the star-studded remake of Dune. He plays the role of Duncan Idaho that was originally played by Richard Jordan in the 1984 David Lynch film.
What do you think of Jason Momoa's video and Father's Day message?