Jason Momoa reveals he doesn’t have ‘home right now’ following divorce from Lisa Bonet

Jason Momoa has said that he is currently living 'on the road' following his divorce from Lisa Bonet.
The star of Aquaman revealed to Entertainment Tonight that he doesn't have a fixed home at the moment.

Instead he is living on the road, with fans left gobsmacked when he turns up in small towns.

Momoa and Bonet announced their separation in 2022, with Bonet filing for divorce this month.

In a joint statement on Instagram announcing their split, the pair said: “We share our Family news that we are parting ways in marriage.

“We share this not because we think it’s newsworthy but so that as we go about our lives we may do so with dignity and honesty.”

With the pair's divorce settled just a day after it was filed, according to Today, Momoa has now revealed he doesn't currently have a fixed home.

The 44-year-old told Entertainment Tonight: "Bro, I don't even have a home right now.
"I live on the road. So, I'm down to New Zealand to start Minecraft. I hope everyone loves it."

He added: "I'm always in these weird places.

"You're gonna find me on the road. It happens all the time. They're like, 'What the hell are you doing in our hometown?'"

Momoa's new project, an HBO documentary called On the Roam, follows him as he travels the country visiting various artisans.

They make art using things like century-old bikes, instruments, choppers, and many other unusual items.

The collectible results are then auctioned off at the end.

And the Game of Thrones actor seems to be enjoying life on the road, saying: "I love the idea of just being with everyday people and doing my craft, which is filming, and then showing them.

"And so, I think through doing that for so long, I got to be curious about it."
The actor also revealed that he has enjoyed exploring the crafts during the series, which premieres on HBO Max on January 18.

He said: "It's very much my passion for handcrafted artisans.

"The things that I truly love, wanting to honor the people who inspire me, and then wanting to make stuff that's really cool for charity, so that they can, you know, bring all this kind of attention to these artisans.

"So, when people see the show, I'll jump on Instagram and try to get going so we can auction off a lot of these cool things and spread some love."

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