'Game Of Thrones' star Jason Momoa criticised after rape joke video resurfaces

Jason Mamoa I love raping beautiful women on Game of Thrones

An old clip of Jason Momoa claiming that he loves his role on Game Of Thrones as it allows him to "rape handsome women" has resurfaced.

It sounds like even Jason Momoa is grossed out by his 2011 joke.

He was on the panel with fellow stars from HBO's Game of Thrones.

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The Game of Thrones star was speaking at the convention's iconic Hall H when he said getting to "rape attractive women" and get away with it was one reason he loved his job.

Fans were quick to point out the said encounter after the "Argo" actor responded to sexual assault allegations pressed against Harvey Weinstein.

Others defended the clip, saying it was old and it was referring to his character in the show. Momoa is on stage with a number of his co-stars, including Peter Dinklage and Emilia Clarke, and is commenting on the kind of extreme violence featured in the show. "I don't like women crying when I'm making love to them". We could have made it longer, but you get the idea. "But the good news was I'm not a rapist". In a Facebook post, the father of three said he is "saddened and angry" that an influential personality would use his power to manipulate women for sexual gain.