Jason, whom TooFab reports appears to be on location in Jordan shooting "Dune", also bids farewell to some of his most famous characters who were known for their bearded appearances. "Aluminum. We got to get rid of these plastic water bottles".
Momoa says he shaved to "bring awareness that plastics are killing our planet", and that aluminum is the answer. "And if we have a solution, I don't want to bitch about it. Let's make a positive change for the health of our planet", he captioned the video. Let's make a switch to INFINITELY RECYCLABLE aluminum (sic).
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"You drink the can and in about 60 days, it will be back", he said.
"It's just water but I feel good about it", the father-of-two shared.
Fans immediately had mixed reaction to Momoa's new look.
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Distraught: Fans were left inconsolable by the loss of Jason's beard, with one fan tweeting: "OMG Jason Momoa". Some were supportive of the change, like @oneunity who thought the Aquaman star was helping the world in more than one way. Let's clean up our oceans and our land.
In particular, Momoa wishes aluminum cans could totally replace plastic bottles when it comes to storing beverages.
The hit HBO series returned to screens on Sunday for the first episode of the final season and, of course, Drogo was nowhere to be seen. Many were more blown away by the actor's activism than by his new look.
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"So please, please. There's a change coming".