Ben Affleck's experience on Raya, an online dating app for elite people, has gone viral since actress and tiktoker Nivine Jay revealed on May 3 that the actor allegedly sent her a private message after she rejected it through the application.
Nivine Jay says she didn't match him because she thought it was a fake profile, but shortly thereafter the Hollywood star sent him a sassy video response via Instagram. Although many called Ben Affleck, 48, creepy, he didn’t respond to these allegations.
In the video, shared on Jay's TikTok, Ben Affleck, who is 6 feet 4 inches tall, is seen tousled looking at the camera and saying "Nivine, why didn't you match me? It's me!" The story has gone viral, although its veracity has not been proven. "Sorry Ben," she wrote about the video.
The actor’s appearance in dating apps comes after his breakup from Ana de Armas, whom he met filming Deep Water, after ex wife Jennifer Garner and John Miller get back together and after a source told Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck have been spending time together in Los Angeles although the former couple split up back in January 2004. So Ben is currently single!
Other celebrities with dating apps
The actor revealed that he created a Tinder profile a few years ago. In 2016 he told The Times the following: "Unbelievably, when I joined Tinder, no one matched me. They thought my profile was fake."
The actress revealed in 2007 that she spoke anonymously to chat users: "When she said 'by the way, the person you've been chatting with for a whole week is Halle Berry,' they thought she was some nutty."
After breaking up with James Harden in 2016, Khloé Kardashian said that her friend had made her an account on OK Cupid. Even though she said it didn't work out for her, she assured that she had a great time: "It was actually a really fun thing to do," she said laughing.
The actress was taking a look on Tinder in 2013 when she came across her own brother. And what did she decide to do? She posted it on Instagram! "Look who I just ran into on @tinderapp ... hi bro."
In 2017, in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, the actress said that her friend, comedian Chelsea Handler, taught her how to use Tinder. Of course, the experience was not very pleasant: "It's strange, just plain. That's why I'm still single."
In her 2017 documentary Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated, the singer revealed that she had a profile on the dating app Raya: "I'm open to human connections, whether it's with a man or a woman, I don't care."