gtmetrix.com said marketpress.css using @import

gtmetrix.com said marketpress.css using @import
here's the full statement.

The following external stylesheets were included in https://XXXXXXXX.com/wp-content/plugins/marketpress/ui/css/marketpress.css?ver=42001e16285e5c4a65bdeafd055ac1dc using @import.

https://XXXXXXXX.com/wp-content/plugins/marketpress/ui/css/dashicons.css

according to pagespeed

Overview
Using CSS @import in an external stylesheet can add additional delays during the loading of a web page.

Google says

Details from Google

CSS @import allows stylesheets to import other stylesheets. When CSS @import is used from an external stylesheet, the browser is unable to download the stylesheets in parallel, which adds additional round-trip times to the overall page load. For instance, if first.css contains the following content:

@import url("second.css")
The browser must download, parse, and execute first.css before it is able to discover that it needs to download second.css.

Page speed also says

PageSpeed recommends:

Use the <link> tag instead of CSS @import

Instead of @import, use a <link> tag for each stylesheet. This allows the browser to download stylesheets in parallel, which results in faster page load times:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="first.css" />
<link rel="stylesheet" href="second.css" />
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Can we get this fixed so its not counted against us with pagespeed?