Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa have second child and the name is …

January 8, 2009

(ChattahBox) — Lisa Bonet as she was known on the “The Cosby Show,” has given birth to her third child: Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha Momoa.

Lilakoi Moon, 41, as she is now known (Lisa changed her name in 1995) has a daughter Lola, 20 months, with Hawaiian boyfriend Jason Momoa of “Stargate: Atlantis” fame. She also has a daughter Zoe, 20, with ex-husband Lenny Kravitz.

Jason’s mother posted on his website forum the knews that Lisa gave birth to a baby boy. They named him Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha Momoa!!! Seriously.

Jason’s mommy went on to explain the name, “He was born on the stormiest, rainy night.
so Nakoa(warrior)…Mana(strength/spirit) Kaua(rain) po(dark)… The name was always going to be Nakoa-Wolf, but Jason did the research on first middle name, 2nd middle name as you know is Jason’s.”

In researching more on Jason, I found this tidbit he was attacked with a broken beer glass in Hollywood on November 15, 2008. According to the APNews article, 140 stitches and subsequent reconstructive surgery were required. Los Angeles County prosecutors are filing felony assault charges against twenty-one-year-old Venice, California resident Dominic Bando.

Reported by: Hot Momma Celebrity Gossip


4 Responses to “Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa have second child and the name is …”

  1. eclectico on January 9th, 2009 10:32 am

    What am I reading here, some 15 year old’s blog post or a posting of a news item?

    So much for unbiased reporting. Do we really need personal opinion from Chattahbox “reporters.” Just write up the facts and let it stand, no one needs to know the personal bent of the writer. And I use that term loosely. Most writers read what they write before they post it so they catch typos and other grammatical errors. It has become quite apparent that Chattahbox writers don’t pay much attention to what they write, and are rather opinionated. Just submit the story.

    Personally I think everyone has a right to name their child what they wish. Being ordinary is overrated. Unique individuals stand out. They do things differently, and expand themselves. People should strive to be different.

  2. Chattahfan on January 9th, 2009 12:00 pm

    WTF are you talking about eclectico? There is no dissing of the babies name, which by the way is unusual. So whatever ax you have to grind take it somewhere else.

  3. eclectico on January 9th, 2009 1:57 pm

    I was referring to the line, “they named him Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha Momoa!!! Seriously.”

    And the obviously derisive tone of this statement, “Jason’s mommy went on to explain the name…”

    Almost every write up that I have read on Chattahbox contains dumb typographical errors, and many of the articles are obviously rewritten from other articles found online, with rarely much changed to mask the original source. That last bit can qualify for plagiarism.

    If these people are going to call themselves writers they should at least behave like writers and double check their own work, edit any content they receive for publication, or maybe get the gist of a story and present it in their own words, without injecting their own opinion or biases. If Chattahbox wants to develop a decent reputation for having good quality content they need to review what is being published on their site and tighten their standards.

    That’s what I’m talking about. And by the way, what’s wrong with unusual?

  4. Mahouteki on January 30th, 2009 7:10 am

    I agree, there is too much personal bent put into the “news” stories.

    I also find it odd that original sources seem to be, the vast amount of the time, never credited.

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