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    D.J. Lewis - Bio

    D.J. Lewis has been called terrible things by his parents and everyone who meets him and all he does is try to make people happy but apparently people just can’t keep it real so fuck them. This is the REAL Biography of the Comedian D.J. Lewis.

    There’s no doubt that D.J. got the wild hair from his dad who was a hippie turned preacher turned comedian. Or maybe there is some doubt. No one has asked around, but we’re all pretty sure it’s genetics or something. But, one thing is definitely for sure, the boy has something wrong him.

    Gutterbilly’s are a group of men and women from Northwest Ga. who although growing up on some of the dirtiest of the dirty streets in the dirty south, still found some kind of answer in the arts. D.J.’s was comedy ’cause he’s lazy as fuck.

    There’s really not ever been a bigger piece of shit than D.J. Lewis, let’s face it. He says he doesn’t think comedy should be labeled as “Southern” just because an accent is involved, well how about the fact that he says something about the south in almost everyone of his damn jokes…jesus, I hope he dies.

    People have said good things about him but they’re all liars.

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    The Northwest Georgia Gutterbilly

    D.J. Lewis A.K.A. "The Northwest Georgia Gutterbilly" was born and raised in Chickamauga, Ga.and delivers a unique insight to modern southern culture.

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    Contact D.J. and tell him how his comedy has ruined your life.

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    D.J. Lewis A.K.A. "The Northwest Georgia Gutterbilly" was born and raised in Chickamauga, Georgia and delivers a unique insight to modern southern culture which spans from growing up in a national civil war battlefield to the dangers of energy drinks. With rapid fire delivery and a sharp tongue D.J. will either have you on your feet cheering or in the floor laughing! Find out why he has been called, “the cutting edge of Southern Comedy.”
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