We know two things for sure about actor Jason Momoa, he's married to one of the most beautiful women in the world and he knows how to make an entrance.
At the premier for Aquaman in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Momoa turned a normally predictable red carpet walk with his wife Lilakoi Moon, who still acts under her birth name Lisa Bonet, and children, Lola Iolani and Nakoa-Wolf, into a cross-cultural event.
Jason Momoa Performs Haka at 'Aquaman' Premierewww.youtube.com
Twitter was swept up in the excitement and feeling the love.
@UberKryptonian Lisa like..... https://t.co/GqvzusyilH— Princess Ellechal (@Princess Ellechal) 1544715852.0
@UberKryptonian This is so important for children! Give them traditions to uphold. They will not disappoint.— Tom Grace 🎃 (@Tom Grace 🎃) 1544673092.0
@amazingtgrace @UberKryptonian His son and daughter were part of it...and they were adorable, powerful, and amazing. I love this so much.— (((Allison Ivy))) (@(((Allison Ivy)))) 1544674733.0
@Allison_Ivy79 @UberKryptonian It was FANTASTIC!!!— Tom Grace 🎃 (@Tom Grace 🎃) 1544675032.0
Some were a little more focused on Momoa and his other assets.
@UberKryptonian @ReaganGomez Powerful and sexy ritual! Lisa Bonet, girl you got a good man. Lawd— Jeanette (@Jeanette) 1544677233.0
Okay, back to the haka.
@UberKryptonian Chill bumps!!! The haka is amazing! Never fails to give me chill bumps.— Jo the Riveting (@Jo the Riveting) 1544671889.0
Maori people appreciated that Momoa showed the proper respect when asking to do a haka.
Regardless of your personal opinion on this is - Jason Momoa brought our culture to the world today. You can not st… https://t.co/XztDJMxxvy— Jordan Patu (@Jordan Patu) 1544686942.0
Jason Momoa and his team went about constructing and performing their haka (“Tangaroa Ararau”) in all the right way… https://t.co/8m08bzDF0z— Jordan Patu (@Jordan Patu) 1544687559.0
Everyone talking about Jason Momoa’s blue carpet haka: 1. Its called “Tangaroa Ararau” and was written for the occa… https://t.co/hT8HGrGVUt— LOU TEE-OH (@LOU TEE-OH) 1544685663.0
It's okay, we cry a little too seeing the beauty and strength of the Maori culture.