Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey was booed out of a Black Lives Matter protest in Minneapolis after saying he will not abolish the police.

Protesters from the demonstration, led by Black Visions Collective on Saturday, marched to the mayor’s house and demanded him to come out and participate, CBS 4 reported. After joining the protest, Frey was asked by an organizer if he would defund the Minneapolis Police Department.

“Jacob Frey, we have a yes or no question for you. Yes or no, will you commit to defunding the Minneapolis Police Department?” she asked.

The organizer was surrounded by a sea of fists in the air.

Frey asked an inaudible clarifying question to which the organizer responded, “we don’t want no more police.”

“Is that clear? We don’t want people with guns toting around in our communities, shooting us down. You have an answer. It is a yes or a no. It is a yes or a no. Will you defund the Minneapolis Police Department?” the organizer asked again.

Before he answered, she urged those around to listen to his response because he is up for reelection next year, implying they would not be supporting him if his answer was no.

“If he says no, guess what the f**k we gone do next year,” she said.

Frey then followed with an answer. 

“I do not support the full abolition of the police department,” Frey said while shaking his head.

“Get the f**k out of here,” the organizer said. “Bye.”

The crowd then erupted in loud chants and shouts, booing the 38-year-old out of the protest.

“Go home Jacob, go home” they chanted. “Shame!”

“The f**k he come out here for?” one protester can be heard saying.

After being forced to leave, he told CBS 4 that he is for “massive structural reform” of a “racist system.”

“If you’re asking whether I’m willing to do everything I possibly can throughout the rest of my term to make sure that the police union, the police contract, the arbitration system, and some of these policies that have resulted in problems for specifically Black and Brown people and murder over series of generations, I’m all for that,” he said. “I’m not for abolishing the entire police department, I will be honest about that.”

One day after Frey’s vocal opposition to abolishing the city's police department, Minneapolis City Council members announced their commitment to abolishment and the creation of a “new transformative model for cultivating safety” with a veto-proof majority of nine members, as Blavity previously reported.

“We are committed to engaging with every willing community member in the city of Minneapolis over the next year to identify what safety looks like for you,” one city council member said on Sunday while on stage at a rally.

On Monday, Frey reiterated his sentiments on Good Morning America and said the system needs to be entirely reshaped and that he will be working with the council.

“So, over the coming days and weeks, I'm looking forward to working with the council, talking with them about deciphering what particularly they mean when they say ending and abolishing and I'll be talking with them directly," he said, according to KSTP.