Amy Schumer, Joe Jonas, Channing Tatum are just a few of the celebrities who have been reportedly spotted on it, so if your dream partner is an accomplished creative, Raya is a goldmine. So, how do you get onto Raya? Just for perspective, that means you have a better chance of getting accepted to Brown University, an Ivy League school with an acceptance rate of 8. The first step toward getting greenlit is having a referral from another Raya user.
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How long were you waitlisted on Raya? : CallHerDaddy
Raya is Tinder for people who have their shit together. To get on it, you need to be: attractive, successful, cool, wealthy, have thousands of Instagram followers; friends already on there to recommend you; and whatever secret X-factor it is the admissions people look for. It's for the cosmopolitan elite, the all-house Soho House members, those who just miss out on being on Forbes' "30 Under 30" list, but only because they're too attractive to be that intelligent. This means: A lot of people don't get on. We spoke to some of those losers about how it feels to be rejected by the world's most exclusive dating app. VICE: Why did you want an account? Joe: I didn't—I just heard tons of celebrities were on it so I wanted to see who would come up, which celebs were in the area looking for love.
Speaking to the People Who Got Rejected from the Elite Dating App Raya
An ultra-exclusive dating app has found itself the subject of attention after a woman claimed that Ben Affleck sent her a video after she unmatched with him on the platform. On Monday, Nivine Jay, who goes by the username nivinejay on TikTok , uploaded a TikTok of what she claims is a video that Affleck sent her after she unmatched him on Raya. While the authenticity of the video is not clear, the TikTok, which has been viewed more than 4.
Totally an ego thing, but I was literally high-fiving everyone. Or is it? The team behind it has never advertised or employed any marketing or PR campaign, relying solely on word of mouth.