Jason Momoa Sorry For Shooting Inside Sistine Chapel

Jason Momoa

Jason Momoa is one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. He has acted in a lot of films and has been praised for his talents. Momoa is famously known for portraying the character of Aquaman in DC films. However, recent times are not looking rosy for the actor. Jason has been struck by a huge controversy following his acts inside the Sistine Chapel a couple of days earlier.

Momoa posted a recent video where he was seen inside the famous Chapel of Italy. The video took shots of the entire Chapel along with the famous ceiling. Momoa was also spotted in the video interacting with some of his fans. However, controversy broke out as soon as the video was released. Most of the people became angry because photography is strictly prohibited inside the Sistine Chapel. Momoa faced a significant amount of backlash from the audience.

To follow up on his actions, Jason Momoa posted a video clarifying his deeds inside the Chapel. He stated that he was sorry for what he did. However, the actor also mentioned that he did not violate any rules of the institution. Let us learn more about the story in detail below. 

Jason Momoa Clarifies Sistine Chapel Controversy 

Jason Momoa has apologized to his fans for taking pictures inside the Chapel. He posted a video where he stated that he had no intentions of insulting any culture.

He also mentioned the fact that he made a generous contribution toward the welfare of the church before shooting the video. 

Jason Momoa is currently in Italy shooting for his upcoming movie. He has been roped in earlier and had been added to the Fast n Furious franchise. His next movie would be the tenth installment of the series and is titled, “Fast X”.