Raya, a dating application for C-list superstars that has been dubbed “Illuminati Tinder,” made the headlines the other day after rejecting a previous truth show contestant. Vicky Pattison, a british media that are social, told Closer that Raya denied her admittance despite her 3.2 million Instagram supporters most likely because she “wasn’t fit sufficient.”
Everyone loves to hate Raya; in July, Vogue author Karley Sciortino compared the application to school that is high “where the hierarchy of appeal is shallow and undeserved.” Raya users, relating to her, are either conventionally appealing, originate from wealthy backgrounds, or learn how to built the perfect ensemble. She claims that, like at SoHo home, the group is more enthusiastic about being area of the cool clique than being unique. The software presumably counts Amy Schumer, Trevor Noah, Kelly Osbourne, Joe Jonas and Matthew Perry as users, increasing the expected excitement of swiping kept on a celeb you hate while drunk in the home viewing Netflix.