Kip Moore, who wrote an open letter last month denouncing the unethical practice of ticket scalping, went one step further last week, calling out a scalper on Twitter.

It all started when Moore tweeted that tickets were going on sale soon for his upcoming show in Chicago. A man by the name of Brent Miller quickly tweeted about his own cheap tickets to Moore's show, including sold-out VIP tickets.

"16 tickets available for joes will sell general admission for 125 each or sold-out vip for 225 message me," Miller said in a tweet, which has since been deleted.

It didn't take Moore long to respond.

Soon, both sides were feuding back and forth, with Miller saying he uses "all sorts of zips and ips come on man u better come stronger than that," along with a link for tickets, and Moore countering, "Have fun being the worst." But apparently the two men found a way to compromise.

"Chance of meet/greet on friday in tampa, FL, we can 'settle' our differences tough guy!!" Miller tweeted -- a challenge Moore accepted.

Apparently, the singer-songwriter kept his word.

The ticket was for Moore's show Saturday night (July 12) in Tampa, Fla. It's unclear if the men actually met face to face.

Moore's upcoming dates include stops in Michigan, Ohio and Canada this week. A list of all of his shows is available here.