let’s do some math
let’s assume that the percentage of people who are annoying in each star rank is x.
So there should be the same percentage of annoying people in each star ranking.
However, there are more light blue stars and blue stars in the game.
Assume the number of white stars = y and the number of light blue/blue stars in the game to be 10y (or something more than the other star ranks)
Using math, the amount of annoying white stars should be xy and the amount of annoying light blue/blue stars to be 10xy. This means that there will be 10 time more annoying light blue/blue stars then white stars.
This creates the false illusion that light blue/blue stars are more annoying due to the fact of more annoying light blue/blue players existing. However, the fact is that the number of players in each ranks are oddly unmatched, so that the percentage of annoying light blue/blue players could actually be less than the percentage of annoying white stars, per se.
I hope that made sense I’m pretty bad at explaining things. That’s pretty much my hypothesis on star discrimination.
I feel there is a term for this irl but idk what it is…