Bad case of bad taste in Hollywood

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HOLLYWOOD, California - Sounds like Hollywood has a bad case of doing things in bad taste!

Let's talk about the new Nicki Minaj lyric video for her song "Only" .

With its homage to Nazi progpaganda, it's got people all riled up.

Once the video went viral, Minaj quickly felt the wrath of social media, with users slamming her for glorifying Nazism, and the Anti-Defamation League calling it "a new low for pop culture."

The animated lyric video featuring Drake, Lil Waye and Chris Brown was released online and shows disturbing imagery of Minaj as a fascist-looking figure presiding before an army of soldiers wearing red arm bands.

The initals for her record label, young money, can be seen on large banners, which appears to resemble swastika-like flags.

So, what does the 31-year-old rapper have to say for herself?

Minaj--- tweeted her apology:

"I didn't come up with the concept, but I'm very sorry and take full responsilibity if it has offended anyone. I'd never condone nazism in my art".

Sounds like a flimsy excuse because the video is *very* misleading if that's the case.

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