Jason Momoa hilariously gets called ‘Aguaman’ as he poses as a flight attendant and passes out water bottles on Hawaiian Airlines
Jason Momoa brought joy to the skies and the internet as footage of him on a recent flight appeared on TikTok.
The 43-year-old actor was seen acting as a flight attendant on Hawaiian Airlines as he passed out water.
One clever user on the app dubbed him ‘Aguaman,’ a play on words incorporating the Spanish word for ‘water’ and referencing his lead role in the Aquaman film franchise.
Momoa was clad in a grey suit with a crewneck black shirt underneath as he distributed bottles of his sustainable Mananalu water.
The Hawaii native wore a pink flower behind his left ear – a cultural signal that symbolizes ‘he is spoken for,’ as another user pointed out.
The viral video was shared by TikTok user Kylee Yoshikawa, whose username is livinglikekylee.
She uploaded eleven-second snippet, soundtracking it with a stripped down version of the Little Mermaid theme song.
Environmentalist: Momoa was clad in a grey suit with a crewneck black shirt underneath as he distributed bottles of his sustainable Mananalu water
Kylee wrote over the clip: ‘When Jason Momoa is your flight attendant.’
And in her caption on the popular video app she said, ‘My aunty sent me this vid, i just thought i’d share.’
Liziabeth, the owner of an account called hopefulavo, was among the first to comment as she simply replied, ‘Aguaman.’
The one-word quip garnered more than 46,000 likes as the recording quickly circulated.
Off the market: The Hawaii native wore a pink flower behind his left ear – a cultural signal that symbolizes ‘he is spoken for,’ as another user pointed out
Viewers can see the father-of-two hand passengers his brand’s pale blue bottles, which were capped with a silver top.
Additionally, he also generously gifted travelers 10,000 Hawaiian Airlines miles.
The gesture comes on the heels of the Game of Thrones alum’s August 1st birthday this past Monday.
His behavior is notably in contrast to that of his peers, who have come under fire for jet-setting on private planes.
Witty: One clever user on the app dubbed him ‘Aguaman,’ a play on his lead role in the Aquaman film franchise
A study recently released by digital marketing agency Yard named Taylor Swift as the number one ‘celebrity CO2 polluter.’
Yard found that Swift’s jet logged the most emissions of the pack, and found her private jet has taken a whopping 170 flights since January.
And Kylie Jenner also caught flack weeks ago as she took to Instagram to share a photo of both her and beau Travis Scott’s individual private jets.
The power couple stood on an airplane tarmac as Kylie boasted in the caption: ‘you wanna take mine or yours?’