'I thought she was editing it out!' Nicki Minaj is SLAMMED for leaving Westminster Bridge footage in new No Frauds music video... shot just days before devastating terror attack
Nicki Minaj has come under fire on social media, as new footage of her latest music video features footage of Westminster Bridge - the scene of the recent terror attack.
On Wednesday, the rapping superstar took to Twitter to unveil the final cut of the anticipated clip for her new track No Frauds - but was met with resistance from a number of fans who were stunned that she left the London landmark in the scenes.
One fan wrote to Nicki - who shot the footage just days before Khalid Masood drove a car into pedestrians before storming the Houses of Parliament: 'I thought Nicki Minaj was editing out those shots of Westminster Bridge.'
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Slammed? Nicki Minaj has faced criticism for her music video for new track No Frauds, which features footage of London's Westminster Bridge - shot just days before last month's devastating terror attack
Another seemed to believe that perhaps images of the bridge still wouldn't make the final cut as they asked: 'Are you editing the Westminster bridge part out?'
A third user of the micro-blogging site shared a link to the clip, alongside the caption: '@NICKIMINAJ by Westminster Bridge in her new vid... too soon?'
MailOnline has contacted a spokesperson for Nicki Minaj for comment.
Last month, it was reported that Nicki was considering re-shooting the clip following the attack.
London landmark: In the video, the iconic London mark features prominently throughout
Costume: The star is seen wearing an elaborate costume as she raps her way through the track