Nicki Minaj has caused controversy and upset among some of her fans for including scenes which feature Westminster Bridge in her latest music video.
The 34-year-old rapper can be seen sitting on the bridge with parliament and Big Ben in the backdrop in her No Frauds video. The song features Drake and Lil Wayne.
It was previously reported that the scenes would be edited out in the aftermath of the London terror attack, which happened a day after it was filmed.
A source had told The Sun: "When everybody involved in the project heard the news they were devastated and thought it would be in bad taste to feature it.
"The other London scenes will remain, but it's highly doubtful the bridge footage will make the cut."
Some fans and social media users complained about the video on Twitter, with one asking: "I thought Nicki was editing out those shots of Westminster bridge?"
Another questioned: "@NICKIMINAJ by Westminster Bridge in her new vid... too soon?"
But others praised Minaj for keeping the footage in, suggesting it was sending out a positive message against terrorism.
One put: "Nicki Minaj is correct in keeping scenes of Westminster bridge in her video. We stand United and terrorists don't get a say in it."
Even conservative MP David Davies - who had never heard of Nicki until now - joined in on the debate by arguing that it was better that the bridge was associated with music and dancing than terrorism.
Nicki had shared her condolences after the atrocity on Twitter, writing: "May God protect everyone in London. Hate hearing this sad news. Sending my condolences to the victims' families."