Jason Momoa Goes Fishing In Nothing But A Loin Cloth With Exposed Buttocks
Jason Momoa may have wanted to show off his fishing skills, but fans noticed the real catch of the day: his bare behind.
Posting to Instagram about a recent boat excursion, the See star wrote, “rainbows in my @mananalu.water sunday funday. amazing time with da ohana. big mahalo to captain hopper and J for helping us catch some aku. dried aku all week. cheeehuuu.”
The first image shows Momoa holding his water brand, Mananalu, with a rainbow going directly into the bottle. Over the next few slides, the actor shared some wholesome snaps with his friends. Once we hit the sixth slide, we notice Momoa made quite the outfit change, wearing nothing but a loin cloth while holding the fish next to his buddy. Things only get better from here, with the next slide being a video of the actor in action reeling in the big Aku fish in with a full view of his bare backside.
One fan commented, “It’s the outfit for me” with a crying laughing emoji. Another fan said, “Big Mahalo for that loin cloth flapping in the wind!” Another said, “Jason what in that thong thong thong song is going on here” with a bunch of laughing emojis. “Can we talk about what you are wearing cause I can’t think of anything else,” wrote another fan with three heart emojis. Sons of Anarchy actor Timothy V. Murphy commented on Momoa’s post, “Love it…I thought Aquaman loved fish” with laughing emojis.
Earlier this week, the Aquaman actor posted a series of photos in full “Father Time” costume alongside Lebron James and Nas. The very first image shows a confused Lebron as Momoa belts it out while holding a microphone. A giant neon Karaoke sign hangs in the background. “Can’t wait for you all to see what I was up to with @kingiames and the rest of the #JamesGangwy.” Many fans noticed Momoa’s noticeable height difference from the basketball star (Momoa is 6’4″ while James is 6’9″). “First time i saw jason momoa look small hahaha,” wrote one fan, while another said, “Weird to see you looking up.”