The seven video clips have been uploaded on YouTube, showing Chia's Hummer being driven to and fro the luxury apartment of Mohamad Nedim, Nazri's son who was thrust back to media limelight after being controversially cleared of a criminal investigation for assault last month.
Saying that the burden of proof to show Nedim and his family are using Chia's luxury SUV rested on him, Rafizi said the video clips would strengthen the claim.
Rafizi however noted that far from denying the allegation, Nazri had come out strongly to defend his son's right to use Chia's vehicle.
The video clips among others show Nedim's driver and family bodyguard shuttling between his luxury apartment at Clearwater Residence in Damansara Heights and the Bangsar Shopping Centre, where Nedim business is located. A woman who Rafizi said could be the family's maid is also seen in one of the clips transfering things into the Hummer. Another clip shows an Audi sportscar, believed to be driven by Nedim, tailing a Toyota Vellfire, believed to be used by Nedim's wife and family.
"We believe Nedim Nazri Aziz moves in a convoy. The Hummer (bearing registration plate) WNX 9776 is used by his personal bodyguard while he drives the green Audi sportscar.
"With the release of these clips, it is now up to Nazri Aziz and his son Nedim Nazri whether to deny or confirm that they directly benefited from a businessman who is under investigation for corruption," said Rafizi.
The revelation of Nazri's links with Chia, who was caught with some RM40 million cash by Hong Kong authorities, came days after the former's vehement defence of the businessman while answering queries in parliament.
Nazri had claimed that the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission categorised the RM40 million cash as 'donation' for Sabah UMNO, prompting its Hong Kong counterpart, the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), to close the case.
The Padang Rengas member of parliament has so far remained defiant, saying he is not answerable to his son's activities.
"I'm a rich man, I'm powerful, good looking. Wealthy. So what can I do?
"I have a film star punya status here you know? Celebrity. Not local film star, but Hollywood," said a clearly irritated Nazri when a reporter suggested that the revelation could undermine his political future.