Nicki Minaj has come under fire for using footage she filmed on Westminster Bridge the day before the London terror attack in her new music video.
The video for No Frauds, which features Drake and Lil' Wayne, includes a lot of footage captured in the city. It opens on a shot of Big Ben and shots panning across Westminster.
Nicki also sits on the wall on the edge of the bridge singing into the camera as it takes in the iconic scenes of London behind her.
The footage was captured the day before terrorist Khalid Masood used a 4x4 as a weapon to move down pedestrians before stabbing and killing a police officer outside Parliament.
When everybody involved in the project heard the news they were devastated and thought it would be in bad taste to feature it, a source told The Sun .
"The other London scenes will remain, but it's highly doubtful the bridge footage will make the cut."
But after the music video dropped, it was made clear that the footage made it to the final edit.
Some fans took to social media to say they felt it was too soon.
One posted: "I thought Nicki was editing out those shots of Westminster bridge"
Another said: "@NICKIMINAJ by Westminster Bridge in her new vid... too soon?" And the outrage went on.