Katy Perry Calls Rihanna Boyfriend Drake 'Soft' and 'My Secret Diary'

Katy Perry recently called her friend Rihanna's rumored boyfriend Drake something that most rappers don't want to be labeled, "soft."

(PHOTO) PAUL VREEKER/REUTERSKaty Perry MTV European Music Awards (EMAs)2013

While it doesn't seem that Perry, 29, intended to diss rapper Drake she labeled him as soft when comparing him to rapper Juicy J.

Perry and Juicy J recently worked together on her song "Dark Horse," and she described the working relationship on New York City radio show "The Breakfast Club" recently.

"[Juicy J] is such a sweet, genuine guy. [He's] an amazing hard worker," Katy said on the radio show. "I've worked with a lot of people that I've done little pieces on songs and not that they've got ego, but Juicy's the kindest. He's like the most kindest, sympathetic, sweet - I don't wanna make him out like to be softer than Drake…"

Perry did not stop there. She also seemed to joke about Drake's sentimental persona.

"I love Drake," Perry insisted on the radio show. "He's like my secret diary."

While rumors previously swirled about Rihanna and Perry having issues because of disagreements about the former's ex-boyfriend Chris Brown, it seems the pair are still good friends. Perry and Rihanna recently partied together at New York City nightclub 1Oak, according to Hollywood Life.

Rihanna previously laughed off rumors that she and Perry were at odds over the former giving her friend relationship advice.

"Katy Perry can date anyone she wants," Rihanna said in a Now Daily report last year. "Besides, who the (expletive) am I to say anything? I could never give relationship advice to anybody!"

Perry has maintained her friendship with Rihanna for years and revealed her feelings about the singer in an issue of Elle U.K. earlier this year.

"I love her [Rihanna] and every time I see her, I'm reminded of the light that she has," Perry told Elle U.K. "There's a lot of dark in this business...I know a lot of people out there with the most detrimental entourages - they are the root of their demise."