Jason Momoa who has a cult following all across the world has just received a huge honour. The Game Of Thrones, Aquaman and See star was named on of GQ Australia’s Man of the Year, covering their “Men of the Year” issue. Momoa responded to the respect on Instagram Friday, saying he was “shocked and surprised” after finding out about it.
He additionally took the chance to plug his help for his environmental fights and endeavors.
“when i was told i was going to be one of the men of the year i was shocked and surprised but hopefully its because i’m busting my ass trying to stop single use plastics and kicking up dust trying to stop a telescope getting built on our sacred mountain in hawaii,”
Momoa wrote. “regardless. i look up to a lot of different people and if i have any impact on anyone like they do one me. then it’s to be an activist to do right with our voices follow our hearts. spread aloha. ohana is everything and have a beautiful time on this planet. i got a lot of work to do. we all do all my aloha.”
Momoa additionally proceeded to clarify why he was not on-hand to acknowledge the respect face to face, and the Red Road and Frontier star likewise addressed how his better half, Lisa Bonet, felt about the circumstance.
“so stoked to be GQ Australia’s Man of the Year, thanks to @mojeanaria for presenting my award on the night. i couldn’t be there being it was thanksgiving and i was so thankful to be home with my ohana,” he wrote. “Photographs by [Jesse Lizotte] interview by [Mike Christensen] and the issue is on newsstands from Dec 2 and on Apple News+ internationally. aloha j.
He added, “I got one month left to rub this into my wife. [laughing emojis] she’s still not buying it.” A few of Momoa’s celeb friends and fans congratulated him on the honor, including stepdaughter Zoë Kravitz.
“more like papabear of da year !!” Kravtiz wrote. Guns N’ Roses and Velvet Revolver member Duff McKagan added, “Badass bro!” Vampire Diaries and Lost star Ian Somerhalder wrote, “Bro, it’s because your a bada— man. Love you J.”