See Jason Moma Shave His Beard for the First Time in 7 Years


For the primary time since 2012, Jason Momoa’s chin is seen — and it’s for a great trigger.

On Wednesday, April 17, the Sport of Thrones actor posted a video on YouTube known as “Goodbye Drogo… I SHAVED!” Within the four-minute video he stands in a picturesque desert panorama as he shaves off his epic facial hair.

Strolling by a multitude of plastic waste firstly of the video, he explains that the reasoning behind this stunt is to convey consciousness to the plastic that’s “killing our planet.” His resolution: extra aluminum packaging.

“I hate going to the airport or being on an airplane and getting a water bottle this huge,” he says as he holds his fingers aside a small distance. “When it may be an aluminum one. They’ve aluminum sodas and it’s absolutely recyclable.” He then turns to the digicam and exhibits off his half-shaved face.

He took to Instagram to additionally unfold his message and promote the video. “I’m SHAVING this beast off, It’s time to make a change,” he wrote in an Instagram caption accompanying the clip. “A change for the higher…for my youngsters, your youngsters, the world. Let’s make a optimistic change for the well being of our planet. Let’s clear up our oceans our land. Be part of me on this journey. Let’s make the swap to infinitely recyclable aluminum.”

Within the video, after selling the swap the canned water, he cleans up the ending touches of the little stubble that’s left, trying straight into the digicam (and as horny as ever). “Aquaman is attempting to do the perfect he can — for my youngsters, on your youngsters, for the world. Clear up the oceans clear up the land. I really like you guys.”

Together with his smoldering look and his charitable trigger, beard or no beard, he’s nonetheless one sizzling superhero.

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