Following his divorce from Lisa Bonet, actor Jason Momoa has revealed that he is currently living a nomadic lifestyle and does not have a permanent residence. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Momoa shared that he is constantly on the road, exploring different locations for his docuseries On the Roam. The series focuses on his encounters with artisans, musicians, and athletes as he travels throughout the United States.Momoa expressed his love for immersing himself in various locales and often surprises locals in small towns.

Despite finalizing his divorce from Bonet and settling their shared property, Momoa remains committed to his on-the-go lifestyle. His next venture involves traveling to New Zealand for the filming of Minecraft. The divorce settlement, as revealed in documents obtained by Page Six, includes an agreement between Momoa and Bonet regarding their two children, Lola (16) and Nakoa-Wolf (15), with Bonet seeking joint physical and legal custody. The divorce proceedings were classified as uncontested, indicating that neither party intended to engage in a legal battle.
Momoa and Bonet, who had been separated for two years prior to finalizing their divorce, announced the news in a joint statement on Instagram in January 2022. They expressed their desire for dignity and honesty as they navigate their separate paths, stating, “We share our Family news that we are parting ways in marriage. We share this not because we think it’s newsworthy but so that as we go about our lives we may do so with dignity and honesty.”

Bonet was previously married to musician Lenny Kravitz from 1987 to 1993, and they share a daughter named Zoë Kravitz. Momoa was last romantically linked to actress Eiza González in July 2022 after they were spotted together.

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