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London calling: Nicki Minaj criticized for filming latest music video scene at Westminster Bridge

Image Group LA/ABCNicki Minaj's latest music video for her song "No Frauds" has drawn backlash from fans, according to People magazine. 

The visual shows the rapper spitting bars on London's Westminster Bridge, the site of a March 22 terror attack.. Five people, including the attacker, were pronounced dead and 40 were injured following the harrowing incident. 

Some of Nicki's followers have now questioned her decision to film at the bridge, with one tweeting, "@NickiMinaj by Westminster Bridge in her new vid ... too soon?" and another writing, "it's disrespectful and should have been cut, anyone with a sense of morality would realise [sic] that." 

At first, it was reported that Nicki was going to cut the scenes featuring Westminster Bridge and re-shoot the clip, but that evidently never happened.

On the day of the deadly attack, Nicki tweeted her condolences and wrote, "May God protect everyone in London. Hate hearing this sad news."  

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