Jason Momoa shows off Hawaiian tribal tattoo on side of his head: ‘Chief of war coming, baby!’

‘Chief of war coming, baby!’: Jason Momoa shows off prolific new Hawaiian tribal tattoo on side of his head

Jason Momoa on Wednesday showed off a new tattoo he got on the side of his head.

The Aquaman leading man, 43, took to Instagram with a clip as he prepared to board an aircraft from while clad in a bowler hat with a tank top and gray pants.

The 6ft4 screen star pointed toward the aircraft and said, ‘Hawaiian Airlines – proud to be Hawaiian, proud to ride Hawaiian Airlines, the best part is, it goes to New Zealand finally, again; it’s been like two years since they were able to go because of COVID.’

The latest: Jason Momoa, 43, showed off a new tattoo he got on the side of his head in an Instagram clip on Wednesday

The Honolulu, Hawaii native added, ‘Hawaiian Airlines, I love you for this and I got something special for ya,’ at which point he removed his hat to show off a tribal pattern he had tattooed on the left side of his head.

‘Chief of war coming, baby!’ Momoa said, after showing off the new ink.

‘He got his head and neck tattooed,’ a rep for the actor told Just Jared. ‘It’s a huge piece, it’s related to his Hawaiian roots and culture.’

The A-list action star captioned the image: ‘Here we go @hawaiianairlines is back we’re going to New Zealand HAWAII TO AOTEROA Mahalo to my OHANA for being there for me yesterday @suluape_keone it was a true honor 20 years in the making .

The Aquaman leading man turned his head to show off the new ink he received

The Aquaman leading man turned his head to show off the new ink he received

A rep for the actor said, 'He got his head and neck tattooed.  It's a huge piece, it's related to his Hawaiian roots and culture'

A rep for the actor said, ‘He got his head and neck tattooed. It’s a huge piece, it’s related to his Hawaiian roots and culture’

The actor was in a cheery mood as he prepared to board a New Zealand-bound flight

The actor was in a cheery mood as he prepared to board a New Zealand-bound flight

‘So stoked @mananalu.water is on the flight mahalo again @hawaiianairlines help stop single use plastic. Always on the roam @soill Aloha j.’

The Dune actor earlier this month shaved off a considerable amount of hair to raise awareness against the use of single-use plastic.

The See star said in a clip: ‘Doing it for single-use plastics, I’m tired of using plastic bottles, we gotta stop, plastic forks, all that s***, goes into our land, goes into our ocean. ‘

Momoa said that ‘just seeing things in our ocean, it’s just so sad,’ urging his fans to do anything they can ‘to eliminate single-use plastics’ in their lives, saying that ‘plastic bottles are ridiculous.’

The Dune actor earlier this month shaved off a considerable amount of hair to raise awareness against the use of single-use plastic

The Dune actor earlier this month shaved off a considerable amount of hair to raise awareness against the use of single-use plastic

Momoa prepared to board an aircraft from while clad in a bowler hat with a tank top and gray pants

Momoa prepared to board an aircraft from while clad in a bowler hat with a tank top and gray pants

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