He definitely has a point …

Musicians work hard for the luxuries they're afforded … (most musicians work hard for the luxuries they're afforded). It's a never-ending shift, many of them constantly writing, recording, touring or doing something else that pertains to the particular brand. When they go outside of that — for something like signing autographs or taking selfies — it's usually a payback to fans for their unending support. When that trust is fucked for personal gain, some of them get angry. For one particular autograph reseller, meeting Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age wasn't the best night of his life when he was called out for fucking that trust. Leave it up to TMZ for copping the footage.

Per one fan that was there that night, Jarrett Koral, his account posted to Consequence of Sound's Facebook page clears the air of whether or not Homme was in the right going off on him:

"I was at this in Detroit and was right next to Josh when this happened. TMZ cut out the angry comments made by the ‘fan’/autograph hound, and it’s unfair to Josh that they did that. Josh wasn’t signing autographs because there were obvious eBay sellers there (multiple items, lying to get stuff signed for their kids, etc), but he said he would take pictures with everybody. Suddenly, the autograph hounds weren’t interested. When Josh started taking pictures with people, the autograph hound (who talked about reselling the autographs while we were waiting outside) then said “do you know how much we made off you tonight”, which was a reply to Josh saying that he didn’t want anything ending up on eBay. Taking pictures with fans was generous, and I just thought I’d set the record straight!"