Nicki Minaj released a new music video titled “No Frauds” where she’s seen on England’s Westminster Bridge. London Twitter are upset over Nicki's insensitive decision to leave Westminster bridge in the video despite the fact a terrorist killed five people, including one American, and injured 50 others after driving his SUV into a crowd of people on the bridge and then storming Parliament and stabbing an official just one day after the video was shot. The Sun reported that the video was filmed the day before the terror attack at the site on March 22. Ahead of the video's release, a source said that the footage of the bridge wouldn’t make the final cut out of respect for the victims.  However, when Minaj unveiled the video on Wednesday, the scenes had been included.