If you needed another reason to be madly in love with Jason Momoa, we just found it for you. He recently went to visit his grandma and we are swooning!


Jason Momoa is a dish of a man and an incredible father, now he is also known as the world’s best grandson. He recently went to visit his grandma and the pictures have melted hearts.

He went home to Iowa and pops in to say high to some of his oldest friends as well as grab some of his favourite food, buscuits (not the same as SA buscuits), gravy and hashbrowns. His friend jokes about not having a 6-pack like Momoa after he was jokingly smacked in the stomach. Jason is all smiles and laughter throughout the video.

They have a massive family reunion at his favourite diner but needed to meet early in the morning as there were so many of them. Everyone congratulated him on his recent movie, Aquaman and told him how proud they were of him.

He then took a trip down memory lane and drove past his old high school. He even went home to show how he had a DIY rock climbing section in his parents garage. Rock climbing is one of his favourite activites to do with his children.

On the way to visiting his grandma, he cheekily tells his mom she had a lead foot when driving. Then they set off to Grandma. He just melts our hearts.

Just like he filmed how he chooses to raise his kids, he also filmed his visit home to his grandma. You can watch it below.

Sources: Bored Panda
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