The Story Behind Jason Momoa’s Face Scar Is Horrifying

You still wouldn’t kick him out of bed

Jason Momoa Scar

He may be one of Hollywood’s hottest hunks, but now, Jason Momoa is revealing how he got his fearsome facial scar. While you might not think of the Game of Thrones and Aquaman star as anything less than perfect, it turns out the 39-year-old is conscious about his scar.

Although it looks like Momoa has a rad eyebrow slit to fit with his general persona, the man behind Khal Drogo was lucky to leave a bar brawl with his eye intact.

Speaking to the New York Post, Momoa revealed how she was hit in the face with a pint glass back in 2008. He’s a lot more jacked than he used to be, but even 11 years ago, I don’t imagine Momoa was the kind of guy you’d want to get in a fight with.

The star claims he had to have over 140 stitches, but you’ve got to admit, he kind of suits it. Speaking to the site, Momoa explained, “I got called ‘pretty boy’ my whole life…If anything, it’s like,’Good. It’s not my thing now.”

I’m all for Momoa keeping his saucy scar. There’s also something else he should keep…his beard!

Posting on YouTube, the long-haired lothario waved goodbye to both Drogo and Aquaman in a testosterone-pumped video. Being larger than life like Momoa is, of course he went and filmed it.

The video was all about change is for the better and used to promote a new range of canned water that is 100% recyclable. I know he’s doing his bit for the environment, but I just can’t get over this dramatic change.

It was a good run of seven years since he last shaved, but it looks like we can finally wave goodbye to Khal Drogo. Yes, I know the character died back in 2011, but Momoa has managed to keep that rugged roughage on his face ever since.

The internet was just as triggered as I was. Some said it shaved years off him, while others claimed Momoa now looks like a potato. Watch out Lewis Capaldi, he’s coming for your gig.

If Momoa could just permanently stay in either shirtless Drogo or shirtless Aquaman mode — complete with hair on his face and head — the world would be a better place!

[Featured Image: Sci Fi Channel/Warner Bros.]

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