VickyKumar I'm not too sure what you mean by "Hasn't Ezoic blocked itself from getting crawled by Google bots?". Google are going to read everything that's on a page and attempting to stop it from reading our scripts on a page would be considered a violation of their policies.
Google, ultimately, decide what makes up the description on the search results and while you can specify a meta description - they often don't listen to this and try to create their own based on your content. In some cases (such as this one), this miss the mark. If this meta description is having any negative impact, Google's algorithm should try experimenting with a different one.
Unfortunately, there's not much we can do on our end as Google have ultimate control over this. It may be worth reaching out on the Google Search Console Community forum, to see if they are able to assist further.