She faced further backlash after asking fans which scene from the video was their fave, calling the Westminster Bridge the "London Bridge" in her poll.
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The suspect - who has been identified by Scotland Yard as 52-year-old Khalid Masood careened his auto 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.
Nicki appears in the show wearing an embellished ensembles and a headdress, while Drake and Lil Wayne also make appearances in the clip.
@lcatlow added: "Nicki Minaj by Westminster Bridge in her new vid. too soon?"
Others pointed out that the American star was supposed to have cut the scenes.
"I thought Nicki was editing out those shots of Westminster bridge", one user tweeted.
Minaj has yet to respond to the criticism, but sharing a link to her video, she wrote, 'Honored to have shot this video in London, ' alongside a praying hands emoji.
After the attack, The Sun reported that the rapper had made a decision to leave the scenes out for being "inappropriate".
Nicki previously reached out to the victims of the attack and offered her condolences to their families. Hate hearing this sad news.