It refers to samples that are very easy for the model to classify. If you are interested in the positive class, having many easy negatives could produce misleading results as your model could really struggle to classify not-so-easy samples.
In a very hypothetical situation, imagine you are trying to classify brain scan images based on whether they show signs of a tumor or not. For the negative class, say you have a bunch of normal brain scans that have no tumor, but also a bunch of plain images, all black with nothing on them (you wouldn't have that, but let's imagine). For the positive class you got normal brain images with tumors.
If you train a model, it might just learn that plain black pictures have no tumors, which is in fact true. Since half of your negative data have this kind of picture, the model could be virtually performing with a kinda-good accuracy but it would not be learning the actual problem.