Nicki Minaj is catching some heat over her latest music video.
The self-proclaimed "queen of rap" dropped the visuals for "No Frauds" earlier this week, and while it was full of guest stars and royal imagery, some of Minaj's fans were not happy. The reason why? A portion of the video was filmed on London's Westminster Bridge, the site of a deadly terrorist attack last month. Five were killed and 40 were left injured after the attack, which, according to reports, took place the day after Nicki filmed.
Reports emerged that Nicki would cut the footage following the attack, but those reports ultimately proved to be false. Following the video's release, some were not happy about the inclusion of the bridge footage in the final cut of the video, and expressed their dissent via Twitter.
Others stepped in to defend Nicki's choice.
Nicki has yet to comment on any of the backlash. She did, however, express her condolences following the attack, writing, "May God protect everyone in London. Hate hearing this sad news. Sending my condolences to the victims' families."
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