Nicki Minaj’s “No Frauds” music video is raising some eyebrows.
The visuals for the song featuring Drake and Lil Wayne depicts shots of Minaj in front of Westminster Bridge, despite reports the scenes would be cut following last month’s terror attacks in London.
The decision to keep the shots in were met with resistance from some users on Twitter.
The popular track was Minaj’s response to Remy Ma’s diss track “shETHER”, adding fuel to the flame of their hip hop rivalry. British fans took notice of the visuals, after all the song peaked at number two on the U.K. R&B charts.
Minaj teased the release of the video on social media, describing “No Frauds” as “definitely the best video I’ve ever released,” adding that she was “honoured to have shot this video in London.”