On the internet, a fake video of actor Jason Momoa testifying in court in the defamation trial of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has surfaced. Before you start making assumptions, know that the video was edited to the point where everyone believed the actor was in court. This has now become a topic of conversation on social media. Netizens appear to be discussing it and sharing their respective perspectives. Check out the article for more information on the subject.
In the United States, video cameras are permitted in courtrooms. As a result, in recent weeks, social media has been flooded with spoof videos of the court case. Jason Momoa, the actor, is featured in one of the videos. Let us also mention that the actor collaborated with Amber in the 2018 film Aquaman. In the upcoming sequel Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, the 42-year-old actor will also appear alongside the actress. Despite the fact that the video has gone viral on social media, Momoa has not been called to testify in the case.
However, social media users have speculated on what it might be like if he appeared in video testimony. GeoMFilms, a YouTuber, created the viral video, which has over a million views since it went viral. The 2-minute-15-second video was only made to appear as if the actor was participating in the trial via video call. Momoa’s lawyer told him not to say hello to Heard during the trial in the video. After that, the Aquaman actor proceeded to tell a series of jokes. “No, as Janitors,” Momoa says when asked about working as an actor alongside Heard.
The video also shows Johnny Depp, his lawyers, and those who appeared in court, all laughing heartily. The video is not real, as previously stated. It was taken from footage of Momoa during an interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2020. The viral video’s creator has dubbed the video with fake quotes. He’s tweaked it in such a way that it appears plausible. This appears to be the reason why the video clip has gone viral so quickly on social media. Let us first state that Jason Momoa has not testified in the ongoing defamation case.