Jason Momoa Shared A Photo Of His Daughter And Some Folks Are Really Upset About It
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Parents just can’t seem to do anything right–and that goes double for celebrity moms and dads. The judgement that comes from other parents is real, and this time, the Parent Police are going after Game of Thrones and Aquaman star Jason Momoa. See, the actor recently took his two kids, 8-year-old Nakoa Wolf and 9-year-old Lola, to a Red Hot Chili Peppers concert at the Staples Center in LA. Pretty awesome dad if you ask any fan of RHCP, but that’s not what many folks are saying on his Instagram page.
Momoa posted a few photos of his family hanging out backstage with the band. No big deal, right?
Except that in one image, we see little Lola (whose mom is actress Lisa Bonet) posing with Flea, bass player for RHCP. Still not a big deal, yeah? Well, from the looks of the photo, Flea may or may not be naked in the pic. You can’t really tell because he’s got his bass in front of him, but it certainly doesn’t seem like he’s got much on.
Those familiar with the Chili Peppers might know that the band sometimes plays nearly-naked, with nothing more than a sock covering their family jewels. Odds are that’s what Flea was wearing in the photo, or maybe just some underwear or short shorts. Either way, Momoa and his family were not the least bit phased about it. And from the look on Lola’s face, she’s obviously excited about posing with the legendary bassist.
That didn’t stop a few critics from concern trolling on Momoa’s page:
“Is he naked?” asked user jackthespoileddoberman, as did a few others.
“I’d like to understand why, as a father, did you post such picture. Flea or not Flea, is still a naked adult next to your daughter. Is it normal for you? Is it a common practice in your family? Disappointed!” said one particularly upset follower.
Another follower even suggested Momoa only posted the photo for likes.
“I don’t care how cool he is @prideofgypsies i hope he has on something. And if you took the pic to elicit responses then that makes me wonder how desperate you are to risk iffy posed pictures with your child for likes. Unfollow… not that it matters but you lost a fan.”
A few fans stepped in to defend Momoa’s decision to post the pic.
“Pretty inappropriate IMO. But hey, it’s just my opinion, and they’re free to parent as they see fit!” said user lieselann.
“People are so uptight when it comes to nudity. You’re awesome and what an amazing experience to share with your kids,” added zreyeshair.
At the end of the day, it was Momoa’s choice to allow his daughter to pose with the famed bassist and honestly, we we be fan-girling as well.