Actor Jamie Foxx speaks onstage during the 19th Annual Hollywood Film Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on November 1, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California.

Actor Jamie Foxx speaks onstage during the 19th Annual Hollywood Film Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on November 1, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California.

*Jamie Foxx lent public support to his “Django Unchained” director Quentin Tarantino at Sunday’s Hollywood Film Awards, as police groups around the country are calling for a boycott of Tarantino’s films.

“Keep telling the truth and don’t worry about none of the haters,” Foxx said at the ceremony, according to USA Today, before introducing the cast of Tarantino’s latest film, “The Hateful Eight.”

The crowd at the Beverly Hilton Hotel reportedly applauded Foxx’s comments. Tarantino was not present at the awards show.

Police groups in New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Chicago, and New Jersey have called for a boycott of Tarantino’s movies after comments the filmmaker made at an anti-police protest on Oct. 24. During the event, Tarantino called himself “a human being with a conscience” and added, “If you believe there’s murder going on, then you need to rise up and stand up against it. I’m here to say I’m on the side of the murdered.”

The National Association of Police Organizations has also asked officers to stop working off-duty jobs — such as providing security, traffic control, or technical expertise — for any Tarantino projects.

“We need to send a loud and clear message that such hateful rhetoric against police officers is unacceptable,” the NAPO said in a statement Friday.

As previously reported, Tarantino’s dad also criticized his son’s statements about police.

“I love my son and have great respect for him as an artist but he is dead wrong in calling police officers, particularly in New York City where I grew up, murderers,” Tony Tarantino said in a statement released Friday by New York City’s Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, one of the groups calling for the boycott. “He is a passionate man and that comes out in his art but sometimes he lets his passion blind him to the facts and to reality.”

Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight” opens in theaters on Christmas Day.