While there doesn't seem to be an obvious link between shaving your beard and saving the planet, Momoa has undoubtedly succeeded in his goal of raising awareness of plastic pollution, because the first thing you want to know when Jason Momoa shaves his beard is why.so well played Sir.
After images of a clean-shaven Jason Momoa hit the Internet, fans flocked to Twitter to express a wide range of emotions over his new look.
It's hard to picture Jason Momoa without his signature beard. That's because he has gone and shaved off his trademark beard. and no shit, he looks a lot different now. "And if we have a solution, I don't want to bitch about it".
He also revealed that he has developed his own brand of aluminum cans filled with flat water, sparkling water and alkaline water. Well, the top bloke has used the opportunity to raise awareness for aluminium recycling, "infinitely recyclable." .
He can be seen shaving off his beard - which he's sported since 2012 - and bidding farewell to Khal Drogo, his character from Game of Thrones.
"So please, please, there's a change coming, it's aluminium, you better get rid of these plastic water bottles. 100 per cent", Momoa says mid-shaving. Some were supportive of the change, like @oneunity who thought the Aquaman star was helping the world in more than one way. Let's clean up our oceans, our land. The Justice League star chose to get rid of his beard to "make a positive change for the health of our planet".
"Jason Momoa has a chin" quipped another, while one tweeted 'I feel empty'.
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