Nicki Minaj faces recoil for video filmed on Westminster Bridge

Nicki Minaj is underneath glow for featuring a site of a apprehension conflict in her latest video.

The rapper forsaken a video for “No Frauds” on Wednesday, that facilities Drake and Lil Wayne, though a many controversial underline is that of a Westminster Bridge where 3 people were killed and 40 some-more were harmed during a March 22 militant attack on a city of London.

Minaj reportedly filmed a scenes around London only one day before to a attack.

“@NickiMinaj by Westminster Bridge in her new vid … too soon?” a Twitter user wrote.

Three passed in UK apprehension conflict during Parliament, Westminster Bridge

The Sun and other British news outlets reported that after a lethal attack, a footage would be removed.

Nicki Minaj during a site of a lethal London apprehension conflict for her song video “No Frauds.”

Nicki Minaj during a site of a lethal London apprehension conflict for her song video “No Frauds.”

(NickiMinajAtVEVO around Youtube)

“When everybody concerned in a plan listened a news they were ravaged and suspicion it would be in bad ambience to underline it,” a source told The Sun.

“The other London scenes will remain, though it’s rarely puzzled a overpass footage will make a cut.”

Fans were discerning to residence those reports once a video blatantly showed Minaj in a blinged-out physique fit posing directly in front of Big Ben.

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“I suspicion we were going to mislay a footage of a overpass after what happened in London chick :(,” another Twitter user wrote.

Injured people are assisted after an conflict on Westminster Bridge in London on Mar 22.

Injured people are assisted after an conflict on Westminster Bridge in London on Mar 22.

(TOBY MELVILLE/REUTERS)

The “Black Barbie” thespian faced even serve madness from fans when she posted a check seeking fans their favorite stage from a video and called a Westminster Bridge a “London Bridge.”

The conflict on a overpass and a House of Parliament was a misfortune apprehension conflict in a nation given a 2005 transport bombings.

British Prime Minister Theresa May pronounced “the plcae of this conflict was no accident.”

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