Jason Momoa Channels Ozzy Osbourne in New Music Video Teaser Amid the Singer's Parkinson's Disease

Jason Momoa Promoted Ozzy Osbourne's new single, "Scary Little Green Men" in new music video amid singer's Parkinson's disease.

Jason Momoa is an actor and entrepreneur that is famous for his movie roles. He was the Dothraki chieftain "Khal Drogo" in "Game of Thrones" and then the savior of the seven seas in "Aquaman."

Jason Momoa poses at the Australian premiere of Aquaman on December 18, 2018 in Gold Coast, Australia | Photo: Getty Images

Jason Momoa poses at the Australian premiere of Aquaman on December 18, 2018 in Gold Coast, Australia | Photo: Getty Images

After smashing his movie roles, Momoa showed another side of him as he channeled Ozzy Osbourne in a new music video. The video is the visual to the Prince of Darkness' "Scary Little Green Men" from his latest album, "Ordinary Man."

In the video, a shrouded figure walked through a hallway to a microphone. The character pulled back the hood and surprise; it was Momoa showing his rock and roll prowess. The actor went on to lipsync an excerpt from the song. 

This comes after the metal icon recently shared his struggle with his recent diagnosis of Parkinson's disease. The sad news forced Ozzy to postpone his "No More Tours 2" in support of "Ordinary Man."

Ozzy Osbourne stand in front of a mic as he performs live onstage at the Download Festival, June 10, 2012, in Donington Park | Source: Getty Images

Ozzy Osbourne stand in front of a mic as he performs live onstage at the Download Festival, June 10, 2012, in Donington Park | Source: Getty Images

The artist, known for his crazy antics on and off the stage, was first diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2003. In a recent interview with Robin Roberts for "Good Morning America," the legendary rocker opened up about his health issues.

Although the father of six considered Parkinson to be a severe illness, he still expressed hope. To him, the diagnosis was not a death sentence.

Momoa had publicly shamed the "Guardians Of The Galaxy" and "Jurassic World" icon via Instagram for promoting a single-use plastic bottle.

The 71-year-old television personality also spoke on his previous denial of his health status in the past. He revealed he was coming clean and wanted his fans to know what was going on.

The songwriter expressed a hint of sadness when he touched on the restrictions he suffers because of the disease. He said:

"Coming from a working class background, I hate to let people down. I hate to not do my job. And so when I see my wife goin' to work, my kids goin' to work, everybody's doing -- tryin' to be helpful to me."

Jason Momoa has also had to deal with unpleasant situations. Late last year, he apologized to fellow actor Chris Pratt, calling him an inspiration to many.

Momoa had publicly shamed the "Guardians Of The Galaxy" and "Jurassic World" icon via Instagram for promoting a single-use plastic bottle.

The Aquaman star actor owns Mananalu, a brand of water that is packaged in aluminum cans. The "Karl Drogo" actor is an advocate against the use of plastic bottles.

The celebrity also extended his condolences to the family of Kobe Bryant following their loss.

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