Hollywood is going through a crisis right now and it has nothing to do with the President of the US, Mr Donald Trump. The industry is divided over the sexual allegations levelled against producer Harvey Weinstein, a big shot in Hollywood. There have been accusations against some top male stars like Matt Damon and Russell Crowe for trying to hide the accusation against Weinstein when a reporter tried to uncover the scandal earlier years ago. Some time back, an old video of Ben Affleck where he was looking sloshed up and flirting with a TV host, commenting on her ‘assets’ came up. While Ben Affleck said that this was a part of an act, and even the hostess agreed to what he said, the same cannot be said about the new video this time featuring Jason Momoa.
Jason Momoa is better known as Aquaman from the upcoming superhero saga Justice League as well as the Dothraki King Khal Drogo in the first season of Game of Thrones. The video that has gone viral is taken at the time when Momoa was the part of the principal cast of the Game of Thrones. In the video taken during a press conference to promote the series, Jason Momoa was addressing the media taking centre-stage. With him were other stars from the show like Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Kit Harrington, Emilia Clarke, Lena Headey and others.
When asked about what makes Momoa enjoy the show. he replied he enjoyed Game of Thrones because he got to rape beautiful women. Yes, girls, he said that! Here’s the video,
a horrific clip of jason momoa saying he loved working on #gameofthrones bc he “got to rape beautiful women.” men are trash. pic.twitter.com/K2RBmsWEt6
— elizabeth (@peeanofreek) October 12, 2017
Check out the reactions of other cast members around him. Emilia Clarke laughed out loud, Kit Harrington buried his face in his hands, Nikolaj had a sheepish expression while Lena looked affronted. The best reaction came out of Peter Dinklage who looked unamused by his statement, glaring at him.
Well, this is one video that Momoa or the Justice League team would not want to come out when the movie is about to release in the matter of mere weeks.