Published: Sat, April 22, 2017
Life&Culture | By Ted Wilson

Nicki Minaj Releases Video For 'No Frauds' Featuring Drake and Lil Wayne

Nicki Minaj Releases Video For 'No Frauds' Featuring Drake and Lil Wayne

The video for "No frauds", which features Drake and Lil Wayne, includes a lot of footage captured in the city.

However, Nicki is now being accused of being insensitive, with many on social media saying that the Westminster Bridge footage in "No Frauds" is simply arriving too soon.

One person wrote on Twitter: "Out of all the places in London who's choice was it film at Westminster?"

Fans were quick to address those reports once the video blatantly showed Minaj in a blinged-out body suit posing directly in front of Big Ben.

The 34-year-old was seen shooting the visuals at the London landmark just a day before the Westminster terror attack in March.

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.

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@ethanxrih wrote: " I thought Nicki was editing out those shots of Westminster bridge".

The No Frauds video is mostly set at the same spot where Khalid Masood drove a auto into pedestrians, killing five people and injuring dozens, on 22 March.

On March 22, a terrorist ran pedestrians down on Westminster Bridge before crashing into Parliament's gates, stabbing and killing a police officer, and ultimately being shot by police.

At the time of the attack, however, Minaj was quick to send a message of support, writing: "May God protect everyone in London".

Nicki Minaj is under fire for featuring the site of a terror attack in her latest video.

"Hate hearing this sad news".

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