Maren Morris is not about having her autograph sold for a profit online! The rising star sounded off on Twitter after she discovered someone trying to make money off her signature.

On Friday (Dec. 16), Morris shared on Twitter that her "bada--" guitar player had discovered on eBay a Morris-signed pick guard being sold for $100 pure profit ... and bid just $5 on it.

“I will gladly take pictures and sign autographs, but it blows when people just use it for profit and they aren’t even fans,” Morris writes in another tweet. “But I laughed!”

Morris' autograph is in high demand right now: Since releasing her debut album, Hero, in June and earning critical and fan acclaim, Morris has earned seven CMA Awards nominations and won New Artist of the Year, and recently received four 2017 Grammy Awards nods. The rising star spent much of 2016 on the road with Keith Urban, as an opening act on his Ripcord World Tour, and will launch her own headlining Hero Tour in February.

Earlier in December, Morris was the musical guest on an episode of Saturday Night Live. It was also recently announced that she will be performing as part of the 2017 Country Radio Seminar’s New Faces of Country Music show in late February.

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