Nicki Minaj SLAMMED for leaving Westminster Bridge footage in No Frauds video

Candice Alexander
April 21, 2017

The video is a response to Remy Ma's recent diss track - Shether - which took aim at Nicki Minaj's sexual history, her brother's court troubles and various other things.

Minaj reportedly filmed the scenes throughout London just one day prior to the attack.

The 34-year-old American rapper released a new music video titled "No Frauds" where she's seen on England's Westminster Bridge.

A source had told The Sun newspaper that the Westminster footage wouldn't make the final cut because it was considered "in bad taste", reports mirror.co.uk.

However, when the video was released on Wednesday (19Apr17), it appeared director Benny Boom had decided not to scrap those sequences, which feature Nicki strutting her stuff across the River Thames and sitting on the wall of Westminster Bridge.

Nicki Minaj has caused a stir with her new music video "No Frauds". Hate hearing this sad news.

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.

The royal vid followed a jewel-encrusted Minaj dancing and grunting her way through scenic spots around London - including one shot on the Westminster Bridge.

One fan sent a message to the singer, saying: "I'm gonna find that wall by Westminster bridge and sit on it just like you".

Injured people are assisted after an attack on Westminster Bridge in London on March 22.

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