Ever since Drake dropped the banger "Hotline Bling," several comparisons have been made between that hit and D.R.A.M.'s breakout single "Cha Cha." After performing in Toronto for the first time yesterday (Oct. 19), the Virginia native hopped on Twitter to speak on how he really feels about Drizzy's single. According to the "$" singer/rapper, the performance was "bittersweet" because he enjoyed sharing his music with TDot fans, but was annoyed by the comparisons he saw take over his Twitter timeline. "Yeah I feel I got jacked for my record...But I'm GOOD," he tweeted after a series of messages. Read all his tweets below:

Erykah Badu gave some encouraging words to D.R.A.M. via Twitter.

Drake hasn't commented on the allegations. He released the video for "Hotline Bling" last night, which finds the "6 God" dancing throughout the visual. D.R.A.M. is preparing to release of his Gahdamn! EP on Oct. 23. Gahdamn! is led by “$” featuring Donnie Trumpet, and the newly released SZA-assisted, "Caretaker." The project will be released via Atlantic Records and will feature production from a number of people including Gabe Niles, Nate Fox, Peter CottonTale and Donnie Trumpet.