Jason Momoa Admits He's Not Looking Forward To When His Daughter Starts Dating
Jason Momoa has admitted he's not going to be too happy when his daughter starts dating.
Although Lola is currently only 13, Momoa is thinking to the future and isn't feeling particularly thrilled about the prospect of his little girl getting herself a fella.
In a recent interview with Men's Health, he said: "I'm not going to do well with it.
"I'll just hate it if she brings home some dips*** bad boy."
He also revealed he cried when his daughter turned 13 recently, telling the magazine part of the reason was because he knows at 'some point she will start dating and he will inevitably freak out'.
However, he's hopeful that his daughter will go out and find herself a gentleman, adding: "I'm like, 'If you find a man who treats you better than I [treat Lisa Bonet, his wife], good luck!'"
Momoa also looked to his wife's ex-husband Lenny Kravitz for some advice on how to handle his daughter dating - Kravitz and Bonet share daughter Zoë Kravitz, Momoa's step-daughter.
However, Kravitz was fairly unbothered by the whole thing while Momoa ended up being the 'house worrier'.
"Lenny is way cooler than I am," Momoa said.
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"I was baffled."
I think if you were compiling a list of angry-dads you didn't want to get on the wrong side of, Momoa would feature pretty highly, right?
But elsewhere in the Men's Health interview he insisted he's a million miles away from his tough-guy Khal Drogo persona.
He said: "I may look big and tough, but I'm not.
"I'm nothing like Khal Drogo. I'm not even the king of my own house! I'm absolutely terrified of my wife."
Momoa became a household name thanks to his role in Game of Thrones, but in a recent interview he revealed that after his character was killed off, he and his family were left struggling to make ends meet.
Speaking to InStyle, the dad-of-two said: "I mean, we were starving after Game of Thrones.
"I couldn't get work. It's very challenging when you have babies and you're completely in debt."
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