It is a misconception that humility is shown by the fact that one acts selflessly or does not pursue any personal interests. Moral superiority can also be a veritable and very self-centered interest.
True humility is therefore difficult to recognize.
But when, then, humility manifests itself in the fact that the truly humble person does not attach particular importance to his personal interests, nor does he appear selective.
He is not concerned with profiling or literally distinguishing himself through his (humble) behavior.
One could also say: This humility is not appropriate.