After a wave of outrage from people who thought Nicki Minaj’s new lyric video for her song “Only” evoked Nazi imagery, Minaj has apologized.

It’s one of those apologies we’re all familiar with at this point: She’s sorry if anyone was offended.

“I didn’t come up w/the concept, but I’m very sorry & take full responsibility if it has offended anyone,” Minaj tweeted Tuesday morning. “I’d never condone Nazism in my art.”

Soon after the release of the video – a retro-styled animation awash in military imagery, with the bold graphic style of vintage German propaganda posters and a symbol based on her record label’s initials (YM) that look suspiciously similar to a swastika – many viewers were horrified. The Anti-Defamation League also released a statement, saying it was “deeply disturbed by the unadulterated Nazi imagery in the new Nicki Minaj music video.”

ADL director Abraham Foxman noted the irony that the video was released on the 76th anniversary of Kristallnacht (“the night of broken glass”) that signaled the beginning of the Holocaust. “Nicki Minaj’s new video disturbingly evokes Third Reich propaganda and constitutes a new low for pop culture’s exploitation of Nazi symbolism,” he said.

“It is troubling that no one among Minaj’s group of producers, publicists and managers raised a red flag about the use of such imagery before ushering the video into public release.”

In further tweets, Minaj goes on to say that the producer is Jewish, as is the person in charge of the video (who is also one of her best friends).

–From news service reports