The arrests took place in Lee County, Texas, on Monday, according to multiple reports.
Hall, 20, reportedly was charged with possession of less than two ounces of marijuana — a misdemeanor, while Hossler, 19, was charged with possession of less than two ounces of marijuana and less than 400 grams of a controlled substance — a felony.
Hall posted $5,000 bail and Hossler posted $6,500 bail Tuesday, reports said.
After his release, Hall reportedly published a since-deleted tweet reading “im back [sic].”
Hossler also reportedly tweeted “Hi,” though his message also was removed.
Hall announced Monday that he and Hossler had joined two friends for a road trip on Twitter.
He shared four photos of himself and his companions, writing “roadyyyyyy” to caption the pictures.
Reps for Hall and Hossler declined to comment.