Entertainment How a six-year-old joke is coming back to haunt Jason Momoa

02:31  13 october  2017
02:31  13 october  2017 Source:   wonderwall.com

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It was a bad choice of words then, and it's a bad choice of words now. Jason Momoa is getting shredded on social media today after a joke he made in 2011 about rape resurfaced. Judy Eddy/WENN.com.

The video footage has come back to haunt him a day after Affleck. Backlash: Jason Momoa has sparked outrage after a six - year - old video of him joking about rape during a Comic-Con panel resurfaced (pictured July 2017).

Jason Momoa © AP Jason Momoa

It was a bad choice of words then, and a bad choice of words now.

Jason Momoa is getting shredded on social media today after a joke he made in 2011 about rape began making the rounds.

The actor was on a 2011 Comic-Con panel for his Game of Thrones character when he was asked what he loves about fantasy shows.

"As far as sci-fi and fantasy, the genre, there's so many things you can do [with it]," he said. "Rip someone's tongue out of their throat and get away with it, rape beautiful women."

Clearly, this was meant as a joke and the crowd laughed loudly. The cast and crew of Game of Thrones grimaced and put their heads down and covered their faces as the crowd laughed. Jason, trying to keep it light, said, "next question," while he covered his face with his jacket.

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Jason Momoa has something to say about that 2011 Comic-Con joke . The Game of Thrones actor had his words come back to haunt him after a video from the show’s San Diego panel recently started making headlines in the wake of sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein and, closer to

Jason Momoa apologized after a rape joke he made in 2011 came back to haunt him. Momoa , 38, made the joke about his character, Khal Drogo, in the massive HBO hit series. On Thursday night, Momoa made a public mea culpa for the off-color remark.

Jason Momoa heads to © RB / Bauergriffin.com / Splash News Jason Momoa heads to "Jimmy Kimmel Live" in Los Angeles on Jan. 26, 2017.

Jason played Khal Drogo on the popular HBO show.

When the video resurfaced online, fans were not pleased.

"Female fantasy fans to Jason Momoa: we wanted to believe you weren't typical male trash. We wanted it so, so much," one twitter user said.

Jason Momoa attends CinemaCon 2017 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on March 29, 2017. © Judy Eddy/WENN.com Jason Momoa attends CinemaCon 2017 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on March 29, 2017.

Another added, "Jason Momoa was too fine & perfect … knew there had to be something wrong."

One Twitter user noted the laughter in the room: "Everyone laughing after Jason Momoa jokes about rape IS rape culture," the person wrote. "That laughter is why victims don't come forward."

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