Nicki Minaj has just released her new music video for No Frauds, and it's caused a bit of a stir with her fans.
In the video, Nicki is hanging around a few London landmarks, one of which includes the Westminster Bridge, which was only just the site of a terror attack less than a month ago. Because of this, people are calling her out for being insensitive.
The Sun reports that Nicki recorded the images only a day before the attack, and that she was reportedly thinking of reshooting scenes elsewhere for the final cut.
Fans believe it's way too soon for footage of the bridge to be in her music video, and have made it clear on Twitter that they aren't happy.
On March 22, a terrorist ran down pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and crashed into Parliament's gates. He stabbed and killed a police officer, and was after shot by police.
Five people, including the attacker, were killed in the attack, while 50 were left injured.
While Nicki was in London at the time, she joined mourners by showing her sympathy, tweeting, "May God protect everyone in London. Hate hearing this sad news. Sending my condolences to the victims' families."
Watch the film-clip below, and let us know what you think.