G. McConway
January 12, 2024

‘Aquaman’ Star Admits He Doesn’t Have a Home

This week, one of the bigger stories on Gossip Land was the filing for divorce by Lisa Bonet against her husband, Jason Momoa.

The two have been separated for more than two years, but Bonet did not file for divorce until Monday, with the couple able to work out the details of the divorce in just one day.

Now, however, Momoa says he does not have a home.

I’m Homeless

The rumors about these two breaking up started more than two years ago when Momoa was spotted coming out of his tricked-out van that he spent a cool $750,000 on.

The van was parked on the street, a stone’s throw from the $3.5 million home he had shared with Bonet until they split.

Now that the divorce is official, Momoa is playing up the dramatics, stating, "Bro, I don't even have a home right now. I live on the road. So, I'm down to New Zealand to start ‘Minecraft.’ I hope everyone loves it."

Don’t feel too bad for Momoa because, as we stated, that van is probably better than most people’s homes.

Plus, after “Aquaman” and “Game of Thrones,” Momoa has amassed a net worth of more than $40 million, so he can afford to pay those hotel bills.

In the meantime, he stated that he actually enjoys living on the road and meeting new people all the time.

To that point, he stated, "I'm always in these weird places. You're gonna find me on the road. It happens all the time. They're like, 'What the hell are you doing in our hometown?'"

As noted above, Bonet and Momoa were able to hash out the details of the divorce in record time, with neither asking for spousal support and agreeing to split the living expenses of the children.

This may go down as the fastest divorce settlement in Hollywood history.

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