"Not that that was it -- that was just the tipping point," Perry added. "You can't have that kind of hate at the Super Bowl. They already have enough female-hate problems; they don't need any more."
Snoop and Azalea feuded last fall, when he dissed her appearance on Instagram and then posted an obscenity-filled video further insulting and threatening her. He later apologized.
It's worth noting that Perry and Azalea are friendly. In fact, Perry even co-wrote Azalea's hit "Black Widow."
When asked for comment, an NFL spokesperson responded, “We’re on to Super Bowl 50." A rep for Snoop Dogg has not yet responded to a request for comment.