Nicki Minaj has caused a stir with her new music video 'No Frauds'.

The 34-year-old rapper shot the accompanying artistry for her new single in London just days before the suspected terror attack, which took place at Westminster Bridge last month, and the footage captures the London sites, including the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben in the clip.

However, social media users have taken to social media to open up about the artistry and the 'Anaconda' hitmaker has been slammed as being insensitive to the horrifying incident.

One Twitter user wrote: ''Nicki Minaj by Westminster Bridge in her new vid ... too soon? (sic).''

Whilst another wrote: ''I thought Nicki was editing out those shots of Westminster bridge (sic).''

Nicki appears in the show wearing an embellished ensembles and a headdress, while Drake and Lil Wayne also make appearances in the clip.

The upset comes shortly after the star had previously claimed she would remove the clips featuring the site of the accident in the final edit.

A source previously told The Sun newspaper: ''When everybody involved in the project heard the news they were devastated and thought it would be in bad taste to feature it.''

And the star even sent her well-wishes to anyone whose families were affected by the attack.

She tweeted: ''May God protect everyone in London. Hate hearing this sad news. Sending my condolences to the victims' families. (sic).''