The team-mate collision also affected Massa’s performance, Hamilton tyre debris blame for his disappointing run to 13th in the Belgian Grand Prix.
Massa suggested Rosberg, who well again to second following a front wing change, should be held responsible for the incident.
“Maybe Nico created a problem for the other guy and maybe he should have been penalised,” Massa told Autosport.
“He was outside, so when he touched the car he was in a position where it was impossible to overtake.
“He touched the other car and the other car blew the tyre, so in my opinion the way it was is not fair.