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The San Diego running back, who made headlines by skipping the NFL combine because God told him to, has made more headlines by seemingly predicting an imminent armageddon on twitter this morning.

Adam Muema, who has also said that he believes he will be drafted by the Seattle Seahawks took to the social network site today to spread some interesting words of wisdom.

"Not even the Son knows when the world will end! I said many people are about to die!" said Muema.

It is not entirely clear at this stage what Muema is talking about, he has become known for tweeting prolifically on his personal religious beliefs. Many of these beliefs contain mention to 'Lord Rayel' a twitter user, who claims to be God.

Muema left the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis last month without participating in any drills or workouts. The running back who rushed for over 1,000 yards last season has claimed that God told him that he would be drafted by the Seattle Seahawks if he left the combine.

In recent weeks, Muema has separated from his agent and it is unclear if the player will attend his pro day later this month.

Muema's prophecies appear to be getting stranger and stranger, only time will tell if any of them come true.

 

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