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Jason Mamoa Cuts Off Hair To Raise Awareness On Single-Use Plastic Crisis

In order to raise awareness of the single-use plastics disaster, Hollywood star Jason Momoa has shaved off a significant portion of his long hair.

Jason Mamoa Cuts Off Hair To Raise Awareness On Single-Use Plastic Crisis
Jason Momoa

On Monday, September 5, the 43-year-old actor posted a video

in which a close friend nearly cut his distinctively long hair to the skin.

In the clip, Jason introduced himself to his followers, showed his braids to the camera, and then explained the reason behind his decision.

“Aloha, everyone,” he began as he showed off his chopped-off braid.

He continued: “Shaving off the hair, doing it for single-use plastics – I’m tired of these plastic bottles, we’ve got to stop. Plastic forks, all that s**t.”

While still speaking, the actor was interrupted by a heavy wind, which momentarily caused him to pause and laugh,

adding that it’s been a while he felt wind on his head

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He said: “Oh man, I’ve never even felt the wind right there!”

Jason proceeded to explain that he has to do something shocking

in order to raise awareness about their heavy reliance on single-use plastic.

He pleaded: “It goes into our land, goes into our ocean.

I’m just seeing some things in our ocean that are so sad, so please, anything you do to eliminate single-use plastics in your lives – help me.”

He continued: “Plastic bottles are ridiculous. Now [a lot of people] are making the aluminium, which is fantastic.”

Jason’s decision to chop off his hair has shocked his fans and many have gone on Twitter to reveal they do not approve.

Meanwhile Single-use plastic, also known as disposable plastic, is any plastic item that is used once, and then thrown in the trash.

And these plastic items that are causing damage to our communities and environment.



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