Jason Momoa stands by his Khaleesi after the ‘Game of Thrones’ finale

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This article contains spoilers for Game of Thrones season 8.

Jason Momoa, aka Khal Drogo, live streamed himself watching the Game of Thrones finale on Instagram. His reactions to Daenerys Targaryen’s scenes are so pure.

“Khaleesi, I love you. Emilia, I love you. So sorry I wasn’t there for you,” Momoa said on the live stream.

In the season’s penultimate episode, Daenerys burnt King’s Landing, full of innocent civilians, to ashes. Fans were beyond upset, claiming the showrunners abandoned Daenerys’ character development that’s been years in the making.

Many fans, who wanted to see the Targaryen end up on the throne, turned their backs on her after the episode. One fan and former on-screen husband didn’t. In fact, Momoa is so loyal to his Khaleesi that he reacted to that scene by saying, “Get ’em! Kill them all.”

He also expressed his hatred for Jon Snow while watching the finale.

“Fuck you! Fuck you, punk!” Momoa said after watching Snow kill Daenerys.

Drogon, Daenerys’ last living dragon child, melted the coveted iron throne instead of Snow–essentially blaming the throne for her death.

“I feel lost. I’m lost. What the fuck! Drogon should’ve melted his ass,” Momoa said.

He also wasn’t happy when he learned Snow’s lenient punishment for killing her was to be sent back to the Night’s Watch.

“Let me get this straight, you’re going back to what the fuck you did in the first place and you killed Khaleesi. Oh my god!” he said.

Momoa obviously wanted Daenerys to end up on the throne. So he, like most viewers, wasn’t happy that Bran Stark was the one who ended up being crowned king.

Momoa’s character on the HBO series was killed off in the first season, but he will forever live on as the number one Daenerys Targaryen stan.

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Eilish O'Sullivan

Eilish O'Sullivan

Eilish O'Sullivan is an editorial intern for the Daily Dot studying journalism and government at the University of Texas at Austin. Her work has appeared in the Austin Chronicle and the Daily Texan.