Ed Sheeran is fighting online ticket touts.
His manager is speaking to British MPs today about how to tackle the issue.
Ed Sheeran said he was "deeply concerned" after touts were selling tickets for his Divide tour for up to £5,000 in the UK.
His manager - Stuart Camp - told a House of Commons committee this afternoon that it's getting out of control.
"What I really have an issue with is that they do that [touting] when there are still enormous volumes of primary tickets at face-value available".
MP Damian Collins, chair of the Culture Committee in the UK, says they're keen to legislate:
"With the necessary legislation in place ... if companies aren't complying and seek to flout UK law then they should face restrictions on trade".
Ed alongside artists like Mumford & Sons and Radiohead also endorsed a new online guide this week to help fans avoid the touts.