Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme found himself in a nasty verbal spat outside of an afterparty recently. TMZ has posted video of the vocalist going off on a man who approached him for an autograph, but the incident appears to have been sparked by something we don't see on the video.

According to TMZ, Homme exited an after-party for one of his shows Thursday night (April 7) when he was approached by the man in the video. The site reports that Homme believed the man was not a true fan, but an autograph hound looking to turn around his signature for a profit.

As you can see in the video above, Homme gets heated, asking the man what he did for a living and when he replied that he was a teacher, the singer then asks if he can teach at his home for free. He calls "bulls--t" on the man's claims and calls him a "f--king loser."

TMZ reports that what is not seen in the video is the man calling out Homme for "making money off us buying your $90 tickets and $30 shirts," which riled up the rocker. When the man asks if he doesn't sign autographs in the video, Homme is seen in the clip stating, "I've signed tons of f--king autographs in my life. I've taken tons of pictures. Is that okay with you? What else do you f--king need?" Watch the incident play out in the video above.

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