Jason Momoa And Lisa Bonet Break Up; They have split up after 16 years of marriage. As of Wednesday, a joint statement from the “Aquaman” star and his wife said they were splitting up. It’s been a rough time for us all. It said in a message:
“A revolution has started (tilde), and our family isn’t safe.” They said they were breaking off so that they could “live our lives with dignity and honesty.” ” Mother and Bonet started dating in 2005 when they first met. Momoa was 42 and Bonet was 54 at the time. Late last year, they married. They have one son and one daughter.
During her time on “The Cosby Show” and its spin-off, “A Different World,” Bonet married singer Lenny Kravitz.
When you look at love from the outside, it’s a beautiful thing. In this column, we’ll look at famous couples who make us feel good about our own love chances and try to learn as much as we can from their well-known relationships.
Our society has a lot of things that show that love is good for us, like wedding announcements in the New York Times and Christmas cards with smiling couples on vacation. If that’s all right with you, I’m not going to lie. I’m a little excited. I’m starting to like parts of relationships that aren’t as neatly packaged as they used to be, which leads me to actresses Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa’s recent split.
A joint Instagram post from Bonet and Momoa, who have been together for 16 years, said in part, “The love between us continues to grow in the ways it wants to be known and lived.” We let each other be who we are becoming. When I think about it, why is this news more romantic than any love letter I’ve ever written or received? So it makes sense that these two would write a statement about their divorce that smells like happy vibes and balanced chakras. As for me, I think it’s really cool.
Now, if anyone thinks I’m treating divorce lightly, think about the following: (1) Who are you? and (2) because I am a real child of a divorced parent, I think I have a lot to say about this. If you are unhappy in your marriage, you are doing yourself and your family a favor by admitting it. Not by chance, I now have great relationships with both of my parents, who have been good friends since they broke up about 20 years ago.
If you show that you and your spouse can break up without giving up on love or respect for one another, that can only be a good thing. I’m not sure what happened with Bonet and Momoa or how difficult this decision was for them. It would be great if more celebrities were encouraged to be this open and relaxed about their breakups. As it stands right now, the tabloid industry would die off, but maybe we would all be happier as a result, too.
His Instagram post on Wednesday said the two of them were splitting up. In fact, Bonet has no social media accounts at all, at the age of 54.
“We have all felt the pinch and changes that have taken place during these times of change.” Change is taking place, and our family isn’t safe. The joint statement said that people were feeling and growing because of the tectonic changes. “So, we tell our family that we are divorcing.”
It said, “We don’t want to make headlines, but we do want to live our lives with dignity and honesty.” “Our love continues to evolve in the ways it desires to be known and experienced. We let each other be who we are becoming.
After that, “Our unwavering commitment to this holy life of our children.” Instilling in our youngsters a sense of possibility. Practicing the Prayer J and L may Love Win.
It was not just the news that Momoa shared with the world. He also shared photos of the sunset, people holding newborn birds in their arms, and close-ups of the hands that were holding the tiny birds.
People called Momoa and Bonet’s representatives, but they didn’t get a response right away.
Momoa posted a joint statement on Instagram on Wednesday that said they were splitting up. Bonet doesn’t have a social media account. “We have all felt the pinch and changes that have taken place during these times of change.” A revolution is taking place, and our family isn’t the only one. “We sense and grow as a result of the seismic upheavals taking place,” their statement said.
“So, we tell our family that we are divorcing.” Ex-spouses: “We don’t want to hide this because we think it’s important, but so that we can live our lives with dignity and honesty,” they said. Our love keeps changing in the ways we want to understand and live it. We let each other be who we are becoming. We are steadfast in our love for this holy life and our children. To teach them what is possible, we show them how. When you pray, “May the force of love win.”
Following a meeting at a jazz bar in 2005, the two stars began dating in 2006. Momoa told James Corden on The Late Late Show after their wedding in 2017: “We were just in the right place at the right time.” “I had honestly hated doing my hair for her. I had dreadlocks, and she had dreadlocks. I turned around and saw her right away, and she said, “Hello, my name is Lisa.”
I turned and screamed at my friend. Inside, I had fucking pyrotechnics going off. It was a motel I was staying at. I asked her to drive me home because I was staying there. Next, they had a Guinness and a meal. Then, he said, “And the rest is history.”
Lola was born in 2007, and Nakoa-Wolf was born in December of the next year, after that. Zo Kravitz is also a friend of Bonet’s ex-husband, Lenny Kravitz. If someone says something isn’t possible to do, Momoa responds, “Listen. I married Lisa Bonet. Anything is possible.” This is what he said to Esquire in November 2019.
“I really didn’t like doing her hair.” I had dreadlocks, and she had dreadlocks. I turned around and saw her right away, and she said, “Hello, my name is Lisa.” I turned around and yelled at my friend. Within me, there were fireworks going off, and the guy said “Wow! That’s crazy.” At the moment, he said that. “I talked her into taking me home, because I was staying at a motel.”
They ate together at Cafe 101, where Momoa says they hit it off.
As soon as the two of them sat down, “she asked for a Guinness.” “Guinness is one of my favourite drinks.” They say “The rest is history.”