Jason Momoa Opens Up About Life After Divorce: Living on the Road and His New Project ‘On The Roam’

LOS ANGELES – Jason Momoa, known for his role in “Aquaman,” is opening up about life after his divorce from Lisa Bonet. In an interview with “Entertainment Tonight,” Momoa revealed that he is currently without a permanent home and is living on the road. He is embarking on a new project called “On The Roam,” where he travels across the country to meet and learn from different individuals about their passions.

In the docuseries, Momoa can be seen riding his motorcycle and visiting various craftsmen in their workshops. He described his quest for inspiration and the unique experiences he encounters in different towns. Momoa expressed his enjoyment in connecting with creators and revealed that his passion lies in supporting and honoring handcrafted artisans.

This new project comes on the heels of Momoa and Bonet finalizing their divorce. The couple, who met in 2005 and married in 2017, filed for divorce in October 2020 but only made the separation public in 2022. The court documents state that they have agreed to joint legal and physical custody of their two children, Lola and Nakoa-Wolf, without any child support payments. Furthermore, they have permanently waived their right to seek or receive spousal support.

It is important to note that Momoa and Bonet will not be legally declared single until July, according to California law. This marriage was Momoa’s first, while Bonet was previously married to Lenny Kravitz and shares a daughter, ZoĆ« Kravitz, with him.

Overall, Momoa is embracing new experiences and finding fulfillment in his passion for craftsmanship. Through his travels and encounters, he hopes to create something meaningful and contribute to charity.

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