I have a problem understanding this usage of にしては:
I understand にしては to mean For A, B - such as For the high price of this meal, it isn't tasty at all (高いにしてはまずい). B comes as a surprise, given A.
But it doesn't make sense to say For (the way) he ignores his fans, as (として) an artiste/performer he cannot do such a thing. B is not a surprise to the first half of the sentence, A.
Is there another usage of にしては I am missing?