Emma Ehumadu is no doubt one of the best blockbuster Actors we have In this country. Emma who started acting way back in the 90s have been able to take many roles in the industry. He took one of his first major bad boy roles in 2002 when he featured in the blockbuster movie, "Bad boys" featuring the likes of; Ramsey Noah, Clem Ohameze, Stella Damasus, John Njamah, Jerry Amilo etc.
People began to call him Labista after acting the blockbuster Movie titled "Labista" where his father was killed by his uncle (Jerry Amilo) because of the crude oil found on their farm. Over the years, he has been taking many roles that has to do handling guns of which he has been doing it well.
Today marks his birthday which he happily upload on his Instagram page.
In another post, the legend Actor hailed himself as the Undisputed King of Gun. This means he is the boss when it comes to handling gun in movies.
See the full view of the photo he used below
We all know that he is good in that field but is he really the Undisputed King? Remember we have the likes of Sylvester Madu, Zubby Michael (Though new in the game), Gentle Jack, Sam Sede etc who handles gun In movies too. So do you agree with him?
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