However, her track has now been pulled from iTunes due to a copyright infringement.
After rocketing up the charts to become the number one single in Australia, Jackie O announced on air, "We now have to take it down."
She explained that the issue lay within the cover artwork for Honey Money.
“The cover art work is horrific,” she said to fill in co-host Beau Ryan.
“It’s my head really badly photoshopped onto someone else’s body. I didn’t know who it was … It looked a bit like a pisstake.”
KIIS FM producer for The Kyle and Jackie O Show, Pete Deppler (aka Intern Pete), was in charge of the artwork and had allegedly decided to poorly photoshop Jackie's face onto the body of somebody else.
“You were trying to make me look hip hop or something,” said Jackie.
“What’s wrong with just me? I’ve got a heaps of photos out there. I’ve done a million photo shoots for this station, I have a lot of photos that you could use.
“Anyway, Intern Pete has apparently chosen Iggy Azalea’s body for me to be photoshopped on and that is a copyright infringement and we now have to take it down until we get new art work."
Honey Money initially became available on iTunes to raise money that would be donated to Drought Angels. However, the removal of the track from iTunes has lead to an issue for people who purchased the single.
“The problem with this is, when you take it down, the people who have bought it, when you reload it they have to re-buy it and that’s not cool,” Jackie O explained.
“So when we put it up again it will now be for free so that the people who did buy it can still have it and anyone else can have it for free.
“This is such a disaster,"
Jackie O and the team of producers on the breakfast show celebrated the single hitting number one on the charts on Thursday.