First Posted: Nov 25, 2013 11:36 AM EST

A new video shows teen idol Justin Bieber taking the stage with his 5-year-old sister Jazmyn during the concert he performed Córdoba, Argentina on Nov. 8.

According to Hollywood Life, Bieber was playing the acoustic guitar but stopped for a moment talk to Jazmyn on stage. He then gave her a kiss, which she quickly wiped away.

Bieber's moment onstage with Jazmyn was one of the best memories from the singer's time in Latin America, even though he made trouble in every country he visited.

After his performance in Córdoba City, Bieber was scheduled to give a third and final show in Buenos Aires. Unfortunately, he canceled that show due to food poisoning, leaving thousands feeling scammed since he only performed eight songs.

The morning of his final show in Argentina, Bieber started tweeting about his bad day, writing that although he was thrilled to have won an MTV Europe Music Award, he didn't feel well.

"Sitting here with food poisoning and heard we won Best Male at the Emas. Thanks everyone," wrote Bieber. "Argentina been a rough day but the show must go on. I'm coming...This sucks.... Not feeling so good. Actually pretty sick. Pulling it together. Argentina we got a show to do. Love u."

Bieber's manager, Scooter Braun, released a statement addressing the show. "After his first show in Buenos Aires on November 9... he began to feel sick. After finishing the show at around 1 a.m. he started vomiting and feeling sick. For that reason, Justin didn't come out," said Braun, according to Clarín.

Bieber also "swept" the stage with an Argentinian flag earlier in his tour, and now an online petition is requesting that the singer be declared a 'persona non grata' in the country. A video posted on YouTube shows someone throwing an Argentinian flag onto the stage, another fan throwing a second flag onstage and the singer taking the mic stand to begin removing the flags from the stage, as if he were sweeping with them, until he hands them over to one of his assistants.

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