Nicki Minaj SLAMMED for leaving Westminster Bridge footage in No Frauds video
Apr 21 2017 by Francis Osborne
Nicki Minaj is facing criticism for failing to cut scenes of London's Westminster Bridge from her new No Frauds video following the city's terror attack last month (Mar17).
Minaj also sits on the wall on the edge of the bridge singing into the camera as it takes in the iconic scenes of London behind her.
One person wrote on Twitter: "Out of all the places in London who's choice was it film at Westminster?"
After terror struck the bridge a day later, a source told The Sun that the Westminster footage wouldn't make the final cut, as those involved in the project thought "it would be in bad taste to feature it".
The video has also found controversy in the United Kingdom as it includes shots of London's Westminster Bridge, where three people were killed and 40 injured during a terrorist attack.
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Footage from the video showed the rapper sitting on the bridge as she performed the lyrics, with Big Ben visible in the background.
She tweeted: "May God protect everyone in London". Hate hearing this sad news.
However, Nicki is now being accused of being insensitive, with many on social media saying that the Westminster Bridge footage in "No Frauds" is simply arriving too soon.
Shortly after the visuals debuted, Minaj conducted a poll on her Twitter account asking which scene fans liked the best. "Sending my condolences to the victims" families'.
Fans think that including the bridge in the video so close to the attack is "too soon".