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11 Things You Didn't Know About Raya, The Tinder For Famous People
By Dana Schuster. He met the woman at her million-dollar NYC apartment, paid for by her father who, she happened to mention, had recently flown one of the presidential candidates on his private plane. Names have been changed to protect dating viability and Raya membership. And incredibly exclusive.
I'm On "Celebrity Tinder" — & Here's What It's Like
A host of stars have already become involved, among them actresses Sharon Stone and Drew Barrymore and the model Cara Delevingne. Raya's famous users include Cara Delevigne, left, and Khloe Kardashian, right. It was founded by American actor Jesse Johnson. In an effort to keep the general public at bay, potential members must first join the app and then find two sponsors who are already members.
The swipe is where the similarity ends. Raya is less like Tinder and more like a secret society. You show yourself off with a video slideshow set to music of your choice.