Jackie O Released A Song, But Had To Pull It Due To The Nightmare-Inducing Cover Image
In a sentence I never thought I’d write, KIIS FM’s Jackie O has had to pull her debut single from iTunes due to its cover image.
The song was actually to raise money for drought-stricken farmers, but something else about it stole the attention away.
I’m not even being dramatic when I say I am SCREAMING right now.
WHO DID THIS?
I’M NOT EVEN SURE IF I AM LAUGHING OR CRYING.
And y’all thought I was bad at Photoshop.
If the image looks familiar to you, there’s a reason for it. As it turns out, Jackie’s been photoshopped over our other Aussie m8, Iggy Azalea.
Unfortunately, this morning Jackie O revealed the song had been pulled on iTunes due to the copyright issues surrounding the artwork.
Pedestrian.TV reported that the tale behind this Archibald prize-winning piece came down to Intern Pete, who put together this bad boy. If that is true, I thank him from the bottom of my heart for the 10-minute laugh I had earlier.
The song had originally hit the No.1 spot on the iTunes charts on Wednesday.
THANK YOU GUYS for making Jackie's single 'Honey Money' NUMBER 1!! 🍾🥂All money raised helps our drought affected farmers.
Posted by Kyle and Jackie O on Wednesday, 12 September 2018