Some of the Barbz are not happy.
Nicki Minaj, 34, drew the ire of the Twittersphere after releasing the flashy new video for her song “No Frauds,” which featured footage of the star on London’s Westminster Bridge - the site of the March deadly terror attack.
“@NickiMinaj by Westminster Bridge in her new vid ... too soon?” one Twitter user wrote.
Another person tweeted: “Out of all the places in London who’s choice was it film at Westminster?”
Footage from the video showed the rapper sitting on the bridge as she performed the lyrics, with Big Ben visible in the background.
Fans speculated that Minaj would cut footage of the bridge from the video, which was reportedly shot before the March 22 attack.
“I thought Nicki was editing out those shots of Westminster bridge,” one user tweeted.
The suspect who has been identified by Scotland Yard as 52-year-old Khalid Masood careened his car through one of the busiest and most recognizable parts of Britain’s capital at about 2:40 p.m. local time, hitting dozens of pedestrians before crashing into the gate outside the Palace of Westminster during Prime Minister’s Questions time. Several died, including an American tourist on vacation with his wife.
The attacker then got out and fatally stabbed a police officer before being shot dead by guards, the BBC and other outlets reported.
In the wake of the attack, Minaj sent out a heartfelt tweet, writing, “May God protect everyone in London. Hate hearing this sad news. Sending my condolences to the victims’ families.”
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The “Anaconda” rapper has not publicly addressed the backlash, but has engaged with fans on Twitter since releasing the visuals.
Minaj released this song song, featuring Drake and Lil Wayne, last month along with two others: “Regret in Your Tears” and “Changed It.” The track features obvious jabs at Remy Ma, who had released a pair of diss tracks aimed at Minaj.