Seinfeld Counsels Wale on His Exclusion From Complex's Top 50 List

They're, you know, buds.

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    It's hard to be passed over. Just ask Leonardo DiCaprio, or Susan Lucci, or D.C.-area rapper Wale. Last year, he wasn't included on Complex's list of the 50 best albums of the year.

    Disappointed but not disheartened, Wale called the Complex offices and let them have a piece of his mind. Now, he's on the latest episode, we guess, of "Rappers In Diners Drinking Coffee" with comedian Jerry Seinfeld, who knows so much about rap that the sketch actually requires him to ask who Jay-Z is.

    Wale's appreciation of Seinfeld has been well-documented. He's released two mixtapes inspired by the show: The Mixtape About Nothing and More About Nothing.

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