Nicki Minaj is currently under fire after she released her new music video yesterday, which includes clips featuring Westminster Bridge.
Minaj’s latest diss track ‘No Frauds’ was filmed just a day before the terror attack in Westminster.
The video also includes footage of other iconic London landmarks including the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.
Some fans have taken to social media to express their thoughts regarding the inclusion of the footage, as they were lead to believe it would be cut.
Reportedly, a source said: “ thought it would be in bad taste to feature it. The other London scenes will remain, but it’s highly doubtful the bridge footage will make the cut”.
In one of her latest tweets, Minaj also seemed confused when she referred to the location as London Bridge.
However, some fans took to Twitter to defend their favourite rapper, saying that the scenes depicted are not offensive.
Even a Tory MP said that the video sends out a positive message that the bridge should not be associated with terrorism.
Minaj has yet to comment on the criticism, meanwhile the video has gained over 5 million views.