I don’t personally have one blocked, but if I did (and it was personal and not an issue Roblox should be involved in), why should their icon show above the blocked icon? Your answer doesn’t really address that point and instead just mentions what influencers actually do for the platform.
One could even question if it’s worth having Blocked be below Roblox staff or the game owner for the same reason, though there are actual arguments to be made in favor of always showing the staff icons and it could be reasonably important to know who the game owner is even if you have them blocked (sometimes I join games without looking at who made them).
But I’m not so sure about influencers. In the case where you have a personal dispute with someone that doesn’t relate to them as an influencer, and you want to block them, the block icon seems like the one you would prefer since it provides more relevant information.
This isn’t about supporting or condemning influencers, it’s just questioning why a decision was made.
As an aside though, there’s been a multitude of videos put out by Stars members that would make me hesitate to associate with them for personal reasons (I don’t like their behavior as content creators). Some of them even break the Terms of Service, so that would also be a red flag for me working with them. I believe they’ve been reported elsewhere on the forum though so I’ll leave it at that.