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Since most A-listers like to date other famous people, you figure there must be a secret app that the most “elite” members of society can use. It’s the nightclub only those who are “in the know” are aware of, and its emcee was recently outed as 34-year-old Daniel Gendelman in According to the profile, Raya—the Hebrew word for “friend”—started out back in 2015, the idea being that it would be an app that felt “more like a dinner party,” one that brought together a cohort of interesting, accomplished, and intelligent people who all had one thing in common: success.
(That, and, more likely than not, good looks.) In the piece, Gendelman tries to veer away from the idea that the app is a watering hole for society’s cream-of-the-crop, an elevated version of The League, which began as an app for Ivy League graduates and has since expanded to anyone who is conventionally good-looking and gainfully employed.
There are plenty of celebrities who are on Tinder, but they’re faced with a very unique obstacle (along with all of the regular ones we normals have).
Zach Efron summarized it perfectly back in 2016 when he admitted that while he used the app, nobody ever swiped right on them because they thought it was a fake account. If you’ve heard of it before, it’s probably been through whispers via people who hang out in a particular crowd, since one of the reasons the app manages to attract so many celebs is because, in an age when all of our data seems to be given away at the drop of a hat, Raya has managed to maintain a hush-hush level of exclusivity.
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