Katy Perry recently called into the Breakfast Club, but unlike guests like Kanye West before her, she was not too careful with her words, as many artists have learned to be when appearing on the show.

Things got off to a good start with Perry sharing some kind words for Juicy J, who she worked with on her recent number one single, "Dark Horse". “He’s such a sweet, genuine guy and an amazing, hard worker,” she said. "I’ve worked with a lot of people that have done little pieces on songs and not that they have egos, but Juicy’s the kindest.”

However, things got interesting when she decided to differentiate his kindness from his reputation of being a street rapper. "I don’t want to make him out to be softer than Drake,” she said, to roars of laughter from the show's hosts.

Katy then attempted to save face, but ended up once again casting Drake as a sensitive rapper. “I love Drake; he’s like my secret diary,” she said. 

While calling Drake emotional isn't exactly a new joke, or a quality Drizzy has ever really denied, Perry's comments quickly sent shock jock Charlamagne straight into a roast of the rapper, while the singer retorted, “I really love Drake, so get off my D”.

This is not the first time Perry has accidentally dissed a rapper, as she had a short-lived beef with Chief Keef over "Hate Being Sober" last year.

Listen to the interview below.