Jason Momoa shares NSFW approval of stepdaughter Zoe Kravitz's new husband

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Actor Jason Momoa shared some positive, albeit NSFW, thoughts about his stepdaughter Zoe Kravitz’s new husband, Karl Glusman.

The “Aquaman” star is married to Kravitz’s mother, Lisa Bonet, with whom he shares daughter Lola, 12, and son Nakoa-Wolf, 10. The “Big Little Lies” actress, 30, is from Bonet’s previous relationship with Lenny Kravitz.

Zoe married Glusman in a surprise ceremony in June and captioned a recent picture of him with pink hair, “Husband.”

Momoa, 39, took to Instagram to share some unabashed thoughts about Glusman in the comments of his stepdaughter's post.

“Sexy mother f—er,” he wrote in one comment (via Comments by Celebs).

“Pink on pink looks good,” he said in another.

Lenny Kravitz performs at BottleRock Napa Valley Music Festival in Napa, Calif., on May 27, 2016. (Photo by Amy Harris/Invision/AP, File)

Momoa has been with Lisa Bonet since 2005 and has since developed a very close relationship with his stepdaughter and her extended family. People reports that she calls him “papa bear.”

Lenny Kravitz, meanwhile, previously spoke about their blended family following his and Bonet’s 1993 divorce.

“Our families are blended. I love her husband – he’s like a brother to me – and I love the kids. It’s beautiful, but it takes work,” the singer told U.K. newspaper The Times.

Zoe announced her marriage in June but usually keeps her relationship with Glusman as private as possible. She previously opened up to Rolling Stone magazine about how her then-fiance popped the question, revealing that their competing schedules ruined his initial plan to propose in Paris. Instead, he opted for their living room.

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“I was in sweatpants. I think I was a little drunk,” she said. “[But] he nailed it. And I love that it wasn’t this elaborate plan in Paris. It was at home, in sweatpants.”

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