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Adam Muema believes in a God named Lord Ray-El?

Well just a few weeks ago, Michael Sam came out the closet on national television and was given a major applauding, he actually became a sports icon overnight.  He was given major props because he was willing to face the adversity of someone saying something bad about him. He was rewarded by over 90k twitter followers, and became an overnight sensation. He was also given a photo shoot to be on the Sports Illustrated, because he came out.

Well today another player came out, but he came out about his lord Ray-El.  Today Adam Muema the former All-American running back for the San Diego State Aztecs, said that he was planning on performing at the NFL scouting combine in Indy, but decided not to, when he received a prophecy from GOD.

His God’s name is Lord Ray-El, All I know about his God is that he tweets, I don’t know who that is or what it is, but here is a Youtube video about him:

Muema, 21, said his immediate plans are undecided.

“(God) told me to sit down, be quiet, and enjoy the peace,” he said.

Muema said he communicates with God through numbers.

The beliefs are evident on social media, where he often quotes scripture on his Twitter account. His Facebook and Instagram accounts include several links to a person titled “Lord Ray-el,” who claims online to be the second coming of Christ.

Muema said Lord Ray-el means “the word of God.”

In 2013, the ex-Aztec rushed 256 times for 1,244 yards and 15 touchdowns before declaring for the draft last month as an early-entry junior. Prior to his entry, the NFL Draft Advisory Board projected he’d be a fourth to seventh-round pick, a source said.

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