It’s time to stop wondering what Jason Momoa does in his spare time besides getting into bar fights (yes, that’s a real scar) and marrying Lisa Bonet. TMZ has the answer…
In a new video acquired by Harvey Levin and his team of widespread camera-fondlers, we see our favorite Game of Thrones barbarian being the perfect example of physical perfection on the beach in Auckland, NZ.
Sadly, he’s not actually doing a mating dance. But it is a war dance now used by rugby players to intimate their opponents. And you know what happens after war. And rugby. (Shower sex?)
According to Wiki, the Haka is a traditional ancestral dance from the Māori people of New Zealand using the hands, arms legs, feet, eyes, voice and tongue to express courage.
“I’ve been fascinated with Maori culture since I was a kid,” the half-Hawaiian Momoa told Stuff.co. “We come from the same [Polynesian] culture. When I found out more about the Maori culture I fell in love with it, and with the people too.”
GoT joke: Why doesn’t George R. R. Martin use Twitter? …Because he killed all 140 characters.
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