According to reports cited by People magazine, Jason Momoa and Eiza Gonzales have split up. According to a close source, Momoa, 42, and Gonzales, 32, have broken up barely a month after it was announced that they had been dating for a few months after meeting through work. According to a source, the Aquaman actor and the Ambulance actress decided to end their relationship after realising that “they are just very different individuals.” According to another person close to Momoa and Gonzales, the pair is ‘hoping they can work things out.’
They’ve been dating privately for some time before it became public, and they adore one other… “They’re in various phases of life,” the second insider explained. This comes after another insider told People magazine in May that the two had been dating since February of this year and were ‘exclusive.’ “Right now, it’s not a life-or-death scenario, and they’re both simply waiting to see what happens.” They’ve been spending time together whenever they can, juggling their two hectic schedules,” the second person said. “She’s more of a long-term relationship person than a casual dater,” they said. Momoa, on the other hand, is a truly kind man who is always generous and joyful; he is all about love and sharing love.”
It’s not that he doesn’t care; he just won’t hurry into anything with his children. He cared deeply for Lisa, and there is still a great deal of mutual respect between them,” the source concluded. Five years after marrying, Momoa and Lisa Bonet announced their split in January. Lola, 14, and Nakoa-Wolf, 13, are the couple’s children.
Momoa and The Cosby Show actress Bonet started dating in 2005 but didn’t married until 2017. “We have all felt the pinch and shifts of these transforming times…,” the pair said on Instagram, announcing the end of their partnership. “A revolution is taking place, and our family is no exception… we are feeling and developing as a result of the seismic upheavals that are taking place.” Our love continues to evolve in ways that it desires to be understood and experienced. We give each other permission to be the people we’re learning to be.”