Jason Momoa surprised Taika Waititi with a hella personal gift and his reaction is gold

Jason Momoa surprised Taika Waititi with a hella personal gift and his reaction is gold

I'm not crying, you're crying.

Kiwi bros Taika Waititi and Jason Momoa (well, he's pretty much an honorary Kiwi by now, aye?) have become great mates lately, and this latest vid of Jason giving the director a heartfelt gift proves just how close the pair are. 

Jason, who loves photography, gifted our boy a unique Leica M11 camera, which was customised specifically for the Hawaiian actor.

The best bit of the whole thing is watching Taika unable to contain his excitement as his eyes almost bulge out of his head when he sees what Momoa has for him.

"Broooooo" Waititi exclaims, practically jumping on top of his friend, embracing him in a loving hug.

While the camera doesn't come with a specific lens, Momoa promises to secure the second part of the gift and that doesn't take anything away from Waititi's reaction as he continues to bug out over the gift.

"It doesn't get any more personal than that," he said before the boys embraced again exchanging a couple of 'I love you's'.

I'm not crying - you're crying.

And I'm not the only one who stans this friendship. 

"Two beautiful f*cking legends", one commenter on Jason's Instagram wrote, while another chimed in with: "Isn't it lovely when you give a gift and it's received with deep joy and understanding?"

Waititi has since posted a picture of wife Rita Ora in what looks like an old church, tagging Leica camera's Instagram account and confirming he's already snapping memories with his new toy. 

While it's hard to put a price on a gift as personal as that, the camera (without a lens) is available on the official Leica website for just NZ$16,940… sheeeeesh. 

Waititi's new camera is probably closer to priceless than that, with its one-of-one 'On The Roam' customisation, a reference to a creative production company owned and run by Momoa and Brian Mendoza.

Oi, has this got anyone else thinking their mates need to step up their gifting game?