The Weirdest Things About Jason Momoa’s Relationship

Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa have been blissfully
joined at the hip after meeting through mutual friends in 2004, and this gorgeous Hollywood
couple has been snagging gossip headlines ever since. It’s the secrecy surrounding their nuptials
and their unorthodox lifestyle that really raises eyebrows. Here are some of the not-so-usual things about
the couple’s relationship. A fanboy crush Fans of The Cosby Show remember Lisa Bonet
as the eccentric and free-spirited fan favorite, Denise Huxtable. And Bonet’s future husband was one of many
viewers who fell in love with her on the small screen. Momoa told James Corden that he had his eye
on Bonet since he was 8 years old, saying, “I saw her on the TV and I was like, ‘Mommy,
I want that one.’ I was like, ‘I’m going to stalk you for the
rest of my life, and I’m going to get you.'” Momoa finally came clean about his stalker
past after he and Bonet had their second child. But the fact that their relationship has lasted
longer than most Hollywood romances seems proof enough that Bonet finds it all totally
endearing. Even a caveman can do it To truly “get” this relationship, we have
to look back to its inception in 2004, when Bonet and her friends hit up a jazz club in
Los Angeles, and Momoa was there with his buddies. He told James Corden it was like “fireworks”
when they first met, saying, “She was like… I’m Lisa… and I turn around to my friend
and was like (scream)” They then stopped at a café, where Momoa
ate a bowl of grits while Bonet ordered a Guinness, which just so happens to be Momoa’s
favorite beer of all time. Bonet recalled to Porter magazine, “In that moment, love came and it came big. […] He basically picked me up and threw
me over his shoulder, caveman style!” A super secret marriage Momoa has frequently referred to Bonet as
his “wife” in various interviews, which led many to believe the couple walked down the
aisle in 2007. But when a source claimed the couple wed in
November 2017, fans felt duped. The source told Us Weekly, “Apparently they weren’t officially married
until then! They said they ‘made it official.'” “Do you feel like newlyweds again?” “Oh yeah. Oh yeah. If I wasn’t on camera right now, I would tell
you.” As to why they pretended to be married for
so long, it appears that they considered themselves committed without having legalized their union. Momoa said of their actual wedding: “I’ve been married to my wife for 12 years. It was just a gathering of our families and
celebrating our love.” Luddite lovers Momoa and Bonet are nonconformists who shun
the modern electronics that most of us can’t live without. In a 2014 interview with Essence, Bonet admitted
that she had never even been on Facebook, saying, “It’s just not on my radar.” The couple and their two children are also
TV-free, and Bonet tries her best to remain as “media-free” as possible. Even though she and Momoa are huge fans of
SNL and watch episodes on their computer, Bonet believes that keeping her children from
being glued to the tube helps to “cultivate” their imaginations. Hanging with Lenny like it’s NBD The media thrives on messy celebrity divorces,
but Bonet revealed to Porter magazine that she still has a tight bond with her ex-husband,
Lenny Kravitz, who’s also the father of her eldest daughter, Zoë Kravitz. She says, “It’s fantastic. It’s full-on family love.” She’s even ditched Momoa a few times to hit
the red carpet alongside Lenny, like at the 2015 Met Gala. In a feature for Oprah’s Master Class, Lenny
said, “We’re one big, happy family. It’s beautiful and it just shows you what
can be done.” Zoë even detailed their intertwined family
dynamics, telling Ocean Drive magazine, “My dad and [Momoa] get along really well
[…] As long as everyone can be in the same room together, and have love for each other,
it’s totally healthy.” ‘Drunk’ tattoos Momoa sports some pretty impressive ink — and
even shares a matching tattoo with Bonet and her daughter, Zoë, according to Essence reported the inked phrase is French
for: “Be always drunk.” To make this whole tattoo situation even more
strange, another unidentified man who’s chummy with the star has the same tatt, as well! Love and Hollywood Momoa refused to watch his wife’s love scenes
on Ray Donovan, telling Entertainment Tonight Canada, “You know what the hard thing is? I just don’t really wanna see certain things
[…] I love her, it’s our job, but I gotta (separate it).” He even admitted that he didn’t want her to
see his Game of Thrones love scenes, either. He said, “We were supposed to go to the premiere for
the first two episodes, I was like […] ‘Nah, we’re not going.’ She was like, ‘You’re not gonna stop me from
watching it.” Bonet eventually watched Season 1, and Momoa
revealed: “She was just so proud, she stayed up all
night, watched the whole thing, and was obsessed!” Thanks for watching! Click the Nicki Swift icon to subscribe to
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