Raya, a dating application for C-list a-listers that has been dubbed “Illuminati Tinder,” made the news the other day after rejecting a reality show contestant that is former. Vicky Pattison, a Uk social networking character, told Closer that Raya denied her admittance despite her 3.2 million Instagram supporters most likely because she “wasn’t fit sufficient.”
People love to hate Raya; in July, Vogue author Karley Sciortino compared the application to sch l that is high “where the hierarchy of appeal is shallow and undeserved.”
Raya users, based on her, are either conventionally appealing, originate from wealthy backgrounds, or understand how to come up with the ensemble that is perfect. She claims that, like at SoHo home, the group is more enthusiastic about being an element of the c l clique than being unique. The application presumably counts Amy Schumer, Trevor Noah, Kelly Osbourne, Joe Jonas and Matthew Perry as users, contributing to the expected excitement of swiping kept on a celeb you hate while drunk at home viewing Netflix.
When you have been accepted, keepin constantly your Raya profile appears like a full-time task.